CHaRiTY – Collaboration. Honesty. Recklessness. Transparency. Yackety-Yak!

After hearing about the launch of CharityComms 2020, I just knew I had to get involved.

Each participant was asked to contribute what they thought would be the five most significant trends that would affect charity communications in the next 10 years, and an accompanying image that represented their vision.

Charities represented in the initiative include Marie Curie Cancer Care, Amnesty International, Macmillan Cancer Support, UNICEF, Friends of the Earth, The Scout Association, and many more. There’s also a host of influential thinkers in the charity comms space who have contributed, including Jonathan Waddingham at JustGiving, Rachel Beer at beautiful world, Steve Bridger and Amy Sample Ward.

“The combined vision of so many influential thinkers in the charity sector has produced a unique insight into the future of communications. We hope CharityComms 2020 will provide ideas and inspiration to enable charities to tackle the challenges of the coming decade with confidence.” – Ben Matthews, founder of Bright One

What are your five?