Charity Technology Trust (CTT) aims to work in partnership with the third sector to support and guide charities and not-for-profit organisations in the UK to use technology to enhance the way they work and collaborate.
Our CTXchange programme has enabled thousands of charities to work far more effectively using donated technology - speeding up communications, ensuring compatibility between equipment, and protecting systems.
We also support third sector organisations through a range of finance, communications and campaigning services.
CTPayments provides a range of solutions that can specifically address the finance and fundraising needs of your organisation.
You can find our accounts prior to 2011 under our old registered charity number 1073954.
CTT has partnered with the San Francisco-based nonprofit technology capacity building organisation TechSoup, to bring you the CTXchange Programme which provides a range of donated technology products to eligible registered charities across the UK through the CTXchange donation portal.
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