Small charities encouraged to apply for website grant
A new funding programme designed to help the development of new websites for small charities is available, thanks to The Transform Foundation.
Charities with incomes below £350,000, who are not eligible for Transform’s main Website Grant, are encouraged to apply.
The Transform Foundation have created this new programme, currently in its pilot phase, to meet the demand from smaller charities for web development support, after the success of their website grants for larger charities.
The programme is tailored to the needs of smaller charities. To this end, successful applicants to this programme will receive a more streamlined website design and build process, which requires less time and resource from charities themselves.
How to apply:
You can find out more details on this programme and how you can apply by visiting:
The Transform Foundation believes nonprofit projects should be able to make a difference to the greatest number of people. As a result, this programme is just one of many programmes they’re running in 2018.
Together with their Facebook Advertising Grants, Charity Incubator and Digital Skills Timebank, the programme forms part of our wider effort to help the charity sector transition from traditional fundraising techniques to the digital world.
If you’re a charity considering redeveloping your website or keen to unlock the power of digital fundraising, The Transform Foundation would love to hear from you!