This part of our directory of funding organisations contains information about groups that can offer assistance with IT funding.
Don’t forget to have a look at our free fundraising guide “Funding Your Way” for lots of great tips and strategies.
Provides information sheets on how to secure funding for I.T. and advice on how to approach them. Also offers free support for disabled people. For more information please visit: https://www.abilitynet.org.uk/
Rates and discounts on Mac hardware and software for education staff and students. For more information please visit:http://store.apple.com/uk/mac/education
If you haven’t already built a web site for your charity or community group, the internet is a great way to be seen – and a great way to reach out to people. That’s why we’ve launched BT Community Web Kit. In just a few simple steps you can have an easy-to-build web site to help promote your charity or community group.
It’s a straightforward to set-up and maintain. And once it’s up-and-running, it provides an easy way to publicise your group and stay in touch with people. Best of all, it’s free. This new service is packed full of amazing features that will give your website the professional look and feel to really make an impact. Whether you’re a tech novice or a computer whizz, the BT Community Web Kit can really put you on the map.
For more information please visit: www.btck.co.uk
As a UK charity, your aim is to make hard-won funds go as far as possible. Up-to-date servers, software and security can help you save money,
raise funds and broaden your scope.
CTX change exists to help you access donated products from some of the world’s leading technology companies – and unlock the potential of your charity. There are big discounts as well as an exchange programme of products. See more at: at: https://tech-trust.org/
Various projects to improve IT access and create local community hubs and help for disabled IT users.
For more information please visit: https://www.citizensonline.org.uk/
The iT4Communities programme will be incorporated within CITA as a service called ‘IT Project Delivery’.
This service will enable UK registered charities to request volunteer resource for their projects in the same way iT4Communities helped source IT volunteers.
For more information please visit: https://charityithelp.org.uk/for-charities/
Provides I.T. related advice and support for charities and voluntary organisations.
Provide free websites and maintenance for charities.
Resource guide for UK charities. Visit: http://www.itforcharities.co.uk/
A community investment programme providing access to support and development.
PC4 Recycling is a leading computer disposal and recycling company offering a nationwide IT recycling service. Whether you want to recycle 1 item or 100, they can provide safe and environmentally friendly solutions at affordable prices.
Contact Tel: 0800 121 6045 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fuller details and pricing are on Website: http://www.pc4recycling.co.uk
Help for the disabled and disadvantaged to enhance their lives by providing access to IT. They offer refurbished computers for free and offer training courses.
The Arthur Rank Centre is committed to supporting the rural community, and has set
up the “Computers for Rural People” scheme to provide computers at very low cost to
encourage people to take the first step. Contact at: Computers for Rural People, The
Arthur Rank Centre, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire. CV8 2LG. Tel: 02476 853066. Email:
email@example.com / Website:http://www.arthurrankcentre.org.uk/communities-and-farming/computers-for-rural-people