Applications are now being accepted for the Transform Foundation’s 2017 Charity Website Grant Programme.
The initiative provides a series of £18,000 grants to charities to pay for the build or redevelopment of their website. All UK-based non-profits are eligible to apply. To read the full details on the grant programme and how you can apply, visit the Transform Foundation website.
The Foundation says the programme is designed to help charities achieve best practice with their digital presence in order to optimise the online experience for supporters, service users and other stakeholders. Each grant covers strategy, design and development to build a website, covering 100% of the upfront costs. Charities only need to fund ongoing costs.
The Transform Foundation is a charity for charities, turning digital into a powerful force for generating more money and impact for causes. It does this by giving tech grants, conducting research and bringing together expertise to move charities forward.
The 2017 round of its Charity Website Grant Programme follows the successful pilot in 2016, which funded the development of websites that have already gone on to raise hundreds of thousands of pounds online for the successful applicants.
The Website Grant is aimed at small to medium-sized charities and other not for profit organisations with a social mission including, for example, Community Interest Companies. The grant is most suitable for non-profits with an income between £500,000 and £30 million. Organisations outside of this income range may apply, but depending on the nature of the project, may require a preliminary discussion to determine whether it is appropriate.
To find out more about the grants and to apply head along to the Transform Foundation website.
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