Tellonline has launched its third annual Digital Development Fund, a scheme allowing nonprofits to apply for up to £5,000 to put towards a digital project of their choice.
Established in 1995 by Managing Director Simon Budd, Tellonline is a digital agency with a long history of working with the third sector to deliver high quality websites, intranets and digital marketing solutions. Clients include the Southern Haemophilia Network, Mission Without Borders and Disability Snow Sport.
Tellonline’s Digital Development Fund was established to help charities build a strong digital presence, raise awareness of their causes and create impactful online campaigns. The scheme, now in its third year, is available exclusively to not-for-profit organisations.
Should your charity be selected, Tellonline will match your budget up to £5,000, enabling you to make a significant investment in your digital presence. The Tellonline team will then work closely with you to scope out your project, develop your ideas and create a solution built around you needs.
There are many ways non-profits can take advantage of the scheme — Tellonline are able to accommodate budgets big and small and will be outlining a few example projects later in the month in case you need some inspiration.
Sarah Mangles, Consultant Haematologist for the Southern Haemophilia Network, said: “We were looking for a company to design and build a website from scratch. With their broad range of experience, Tellonline were the perfect match for us. From design concept to content management, their expertise and advice has been invaluable, and we are delighted with the results. Tellonline are friendly, approachable, and above all professional and we look forward to further projects with them in the future.”
Register your charity’s interest in the Digital Development Fund and find out more here. Please note that the closing date for registering your interest is 6th June 2015. Once you have registered your details, the team will be in contact to find out a little more about the charity you work for and the project you have in mind.
If you have any further queries, don’t hesitate to contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 061 6229.
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