The Charity Consortium Network (CCNET) was set up in 2008 by JNA Consulting, to create a way for small charities in the UK to run their computing systems more efficiently.

Our work

The CCNET project involved fourteen different charities who had agreed, under JNA’s auspices, to share their back office ICT functionality, and develop shared ICT services, for the purpose of providing economies of scale and make it possible for small charities to be able to afford the best and latest technology, helping them deliver important services in the most efficient way possible. We have over 6000 end users, and pride ourselves on supporting them to the best of our ability.