Digital studio Adaptable launches new charity platform

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A Birmingham-based digital studio has designed a new donations platform to give a helping hand to small charities.

Adaptable has created Givable to boost the income of small charities across the UK which have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

The team, which is based in the city’s Jewellery Quarter, prototyped, designed, built and tested Givable over five weeks of remote working during the current lockdown.

Charities using the platform can do so with a small set-up fee and no subscription costs for six months if they join before the end of June and it can be styled in line with a charity’s branding.

Dan Cooper, who co-founded Adaptable with Olly Sorsby in 2013, said: “As a studio, the last few weeks have got us thinking how we could help our existing clients in the charity and voluntary sectors, along with helping other charities at a national level.

“With the economy currently taking a hit due to covid-19, we wanted to create a tool for charities both small and large to help them provide a best-in-class giving experience to help encourage donors to give now in these uncertain times more than ever.”

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