Final Call For Applications: 2017 Charity Website Grant Programme - £18, 000 Grants For Charities

2 November, 2017

£18, 000 Charity Website Grants - Final Call For Applications For 2017 Transform Foundation Website Grant Programme

 

The Transform Foundation is accepting the final applications for its 2017 Charity Website Grant Programme. The programme, which has so far raised over £7.4m pounds for successful applicants to date, offers £18, 000 grants to charities to fund the redevelopment of their website to help them ramp up online income and create more impact for their beneficiaries.

If you’re a charity interested in redeveloping your website then click here to be taken to the Transform Foundation website for more information on the grant programme and how you can apply.

A successful applicant will typically have an income of between £350k and £30m (although smaller charities with ambitious plans can apply and larger charities can apply for specific campaigns). The £18,000 grant covers the bespoke strategy, design, build, training and launch of a new site and successful applicants must cover ongoing fees for the first year.

To apply for the grant or to find out more details, visit the Website Grant Programme section of the Transform Foundation website.

https://www.transformfoundation.org.uk/website-grants

 

The Transform Foundation places paramount importance on sustainable and scalable projects that make a difference to the greatest volume of people. For each grant programme, Transform Foundation works with selected partners in order to to deploy funding in a secure and scalable way and yield comparative and standardised data to see sector trends to amplify our impact. The partner for the Charity Website Grant Programme is Raising IT who will be designing, building and supporting the websites for successful applicants.

The Charity Website Grant Programme is just one of many programmes the Transform Foundation is running this year, including its Facebook Advertising Grants, its  Charity Incubator and its Digital Skills Timebank.  These programmes form part of its wider efforts to help the charity sector transition from traditional forms of fundraising and service delivery towards more digitally focused models.

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