Our Customers

Charitylog is designed for those organisations which provide services to clients in a variety of ways, from 1:1 work through to group activities, and have to report back to commissioners on their outcomes.

This gives us a very wide range of clients, from Age UK and Carers Trust, through to small locally based organisations with a highly targeted activity.

We are well aware that all our clients deal with a wide range of vulnerable people, so security is of the highest priority. Also, being Cloud based, it means that our customers do not have data on laptops, PCs and the like, unless they put it there. This is vital for compliance with GDPR.

We provide a national implementation service and our clients stretch from Orkney to Truro.

Currently over 600 third sector organisations use Charitylog. To give you an idea of the sort of organisations that use our service we've selected a random cross section of customers from our customer base and highlighted them on this page.

Carers Trust

As a preferred supplier, Charitylog is widely adopted as the CRM of choice for Carers Trust Network Partners. The system is used in Carers Centres and by partners providing front-line community based services.

Age UK

Charitylog have been serving Age UK organisations since 2005. We now support over 130 Brand Partners around the country and we've set up a Charitylog Liaison Group in conjunction with the Age England Association.

R.A.D

Along with a growing number of deaf associations, Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) use Charitylog as their main CRM to manage all aspects of their service delivery and operational requirements.

Mencap

Mencap is the leading voice of learning disability. A growing number of Mencap services now use Charitylog to manage their referrals, organise their casework and report on their outcomes.

Mind

Mind provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. Several local Mind organisations now utilise Charitylog to manage their referrals, plan events and create MI reports.