The 2019 round is the third time that the funders have joined forces to fund tech-based initiatives that have the power to accelerate positive social change. The Tech for Good programme was developed in response to the emerging need for charities to use technology to explore …[Read More...]
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“Her quest had taken her all over the world, to many different charity digital experts and agencies. But she still hadn’t found what she was looking for.” The Catalyst (part funded by Comic Relief) has launched a new resource to help charity workers learn about digital design. …[Read More...]
Comic Relief has teamed up with Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and The Clothworkers Foundation to re-launch its Tech vs Abuse funding programme. The programme is now open for applications and closes midday, July 4th. It offers up to 12 x …[Read More...]
Earlier this year we invited UK charities and not-for-profits to apply to Tech for Good 2019. We gave them tips and advice on how to create a strong proposal then waited for the applications to arrive. We received 82. Here's how Comic Relief and Paul Hamlyn's joint assessment …[Read More...]
Preparations for 2019's funding programme are going well. Soon we'll be announcing the long list, then moving swiftly to awarding grants totalling approximately £600,000. But in the meantime we've a new opportunity to run the programme's digital support work, providing …[Read More...]
Yip yippay, more Tech for Good funding is on the way... Comic Relief have teamed up with Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and The Clothworkers Foundation to re-launch its Tech vs Abuse funding programme. The fund expects to open at the end of May. It will offer …[Read More...]