You're more likely to win Tech for Good funding if you show a clear understanding of the problem. And if you have this understanding then you'll find it's much easier to build something that solves the problem and that people will actually use. For most of us in the third …[Read More...]
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This post connects to the final part of the story of Dorothy's journey to the Emerald City of Tech for Goodness where she and her friends have now met the Wizard of Tech for Good. The story has been unfolding in weekly instalments delivered to 280 Hub subscribers. Become a …[Read More...]
Charities don't often hire tech partners. It’s not our forte. However, it's probably the most influential decision your Tech for Good project will make. Find the right partner and everything else becomes easier. Imagine a kick-arse digital service. It'd be a reflection of your …[Read More...]
Comic Relief and Paul Hamlyn Foundation are today announcing the thirteen organisations to receive funding from Tech for Good. The 2018 round is the second time that both funders have joined forces to fund tech-based initiatives that can lead to positive social change. The …[Read More...]
It’s not the sexiest of activities. And it can feel like putting the brakes on your great idea. But if you want to build a tech for good service that meets your users' needs, its a must-do. You've worked with your beneficiaries for years. You think you know what they need. You …[Read More...]
Understand what makes a Tech for Good 'project' and your idea will be clearer, stronger and more fundable. Or if you’re a funder you’ll know which funding applications to assess as ‘Tech for Good’. Over the last 2 months I’ve asked six funders how often they receive a Tech for …[Read More...]