The awards were launched in order to recognise the most innovative and effective use of digital tools in fundraising – from best use of email through to best crowd-funding campaign. Nominations are now open to all UK-based charities, businesses, social enterprises, public bodies, schools and
other not-for-profit organisations that use digital tools to fundraise.
A panel of digital, charity and business experts will nudge all nominations and present a shortlist which will then be open to online nominations to decide the winner. Winners will be announced at an awards evening on 27 September in central London.
The full list of categories comprises:
* Best use of video in fundraising
* Best mobile fundraising campaign
* Best mobile app for fundraising
* Best use of email in fundraising
* Best use of Facebook in fundraising
* Best use of (geo) location in fundraising
* Best crowd funding campaign
* Best use of integrated data in fundraising
* Best pro bono digital campaign/partnership
Entries close 20 July 2012.
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