Think Social Tech is a research consultancy for the UK Social Sector, helping organisations work more effectively in the tech for good space.

Think Social Tech brings expertise in funding programme design, knowledge of the latest research and awareness of emerging practice in the UK Tech for Good sector. Delivered by Nissa Ramsay, Think Social Tech is less about the tech itself and more about how organisations think and feel about it, how they learn from others and how they build on where they are now. Find out more about me here.

How can I help?

Think Social Tech gives charities, funders and other not for profit organisations confidence that they are doing the right thing in the right way when it comes to tech for good. Services are wide ranging and broadly cover the following:

Tech for Good Funding

Support for those looking to design or deliver effective funding programmes

Sector Focused Discovery

Mapping current practice, undertaking research and co-design work with charities.

Internal Research Capacity

Helping teams build their skills and confidence to design and deliver 'tech-savvy' research, theories of change, data analysis, evaluations and learning strategies.


Tech for Good landscape maps

Research Processes and Practice


  • Tech for Good Mavens and Mavericks a Slack team dedicated to freelancers working across the UK tech for good space. We collaborate and share opportunities. Find out more about the community, members, how to join or advertise opportunities here

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