Digital agency Tellonline has launched its Charity Digital Development Fund for the fourth year running, which offers not-for-profit organisations up to half the money they need to finance a digital development project of their choice.
Charities will receive up to £5,000 towards their approved projects, which Tellonline will assist in delivering. The agency’s team will work closely with charities to scope out their projects, develop their ideas, and create a solution around their budget and requirements.
As part of the fund, Tellonline can help deliver projects involving website design and development, content management systems, email marketing, and many more.
The agency has worked with organisations including Southern Haemophilia Network, Mission Without Borders, and Disability Snowsport UK, to deliver high quality websites, intranets, and digital marketing solutions.
“We are passionate about helping charities to take advantage of innovative digital technologies to develop a stronger digital presence, which in turn enables them reach new audiences and maximise their impact,” a spokesperson said.
To register your interest or find out more, visit Tellonline’s website. The closing date for registrations is June 7, 2016.
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