Wanstor is a Gold sponsor of Charity IT Leaders
London, 27 September 2021: We are thrilled to announce that Wanstor is a Gold sponsor of Charity IT Leaders.
Charity IT Leaders (CITL) is the premiere IT and digital networking group for the UK charity and not-for-profit sector. Their mission is to help make charities more efficient and effective through the use of their information systems, processes, and technologies. They help charities capitalise on the power of IT and digital and use it as a key driver of business change and service delivery within their sector.
Wanstor is delighted to sponsor Charity IT Leaders, a charity which aligns to our values and beliefs in supporting not-for-profits to get the most out of their IT and digital investments, achieving more for their beneficiaries. We look forward to working hand-in-hand with CITL to help drive forward their members’ IT and Digital strategies and enhance their capabilities with our supportive approach.
Wanstor will be exhibiting at the Charity IT Leaders annual conference on 7th and 8th October 2021, which will be our first event with Charity IT Leaders.
Nicola Moss, Head of Marketing at Wanstor, said:
"We’re absolutely delighted to be part of the Charity IT Leaders community, they align very closely with our values and we’re excited to help the members ensure they are getting the most out of their IT solutions, subsequently benefitting the wider business goals.
We’re also excited to bring our knowledge and expertise to CITL, where we hope that we can share that with the members throughout our long-term partnership with CITL."
Head of Marketing, Wanstor
Tree Hall, CEO at Charity IT Leaders, welcomed the partnership,
"Our community is built on trust, collaboration and transparency, and we look for sponsors who share that ethos. We’re excited to be working with Wanstor and developing a partnership that will bring tangible benefits for our members and the wider not-for-profit community."
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