The programme is now open for applications and closes midday, July 4th. It offers up to 12 x [Read more…] about Tech vs Abuse 2019 Funding Round Open
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 team processed them: [Read more…] about Who Made the 2019 Tech for Good Longlist?
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 mentoring and advice for 2019’s grantees. [Read more…] about Invitation to Tender for Digital Support Programme 2019
We’re going away for a while. We don’t expect you to miss us, this is only a blog after all.
But if you were our lover these are the kind of posts we’d leave you to read while we’re gone: [Read more…] about 5 ‘I’ll Get Through This’ Posts For When Your Tech for Good Lover Goes Away (for a short while)
Over the last nine months this website has published 35 articles on funding and running a Tech for Good project.
All to help you get ready for funding and running your own one.
Together we’ve learnt a lot
We’ve helped you learn about user, social and financial value. We’ve talked about laying the foundations for success and failure, and we’ve interviewed current grantees about what they’ve learnt. It’s all [Read more…] about 2019 Funding Programme Open for Applications (+5 Top Tips)
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 grants of between £42,000 and £47,000 for each project will [Read more…] about Comic Relief and Paul Hamlyn Foundation announce grants totalling over £600,000 through the Tech for Good fund