A message from Reason
In an unprecedented situation such as this we are fortunate enough to be able to continue delivering on our work remotely. As of Tuesday 17th March, we are implementing a work from home policy for all staff to ensure we’re doing our part to minimise the spread of the virus with a hope of protecting our team, clients and end users.
We don’t expect to see any significant disruption to our workflow or client services. Remote and flexible working is well practiced at Reason and we are implementing extra measures to support our teams to remain connected and collaborative.
With the latest guidelines in place we are now successfully delivering remote meetings and workshops with our charity partners and their teams. A little bit of patience plus the necessary tech means that we’re able to collaborate virtually and in turn, continue to progress with projects.
As such, we’re still open for business, and are also happy to advise any of our clients on ways to ensure continuity. Whether it’s recommending tools, or talking you through processes, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
Some resources from us to you
- A free copy of ‘The Digital Fundraising Book‘
We’re aware that a lot of charities are struggling as donations and fundraising events tail off due to Coronavirus. So, our co-founder Matt wanted to share a free version of his book, The Digital Fundraising Book to do something small to help.
Our co-founders, Matt and Ed wrote an insights piece containing some really helpful strategies and tips to keep your charity afloat with the support of technology during this daunting time.