This part of our directory of funding organisations contains information about groups that can offer assistance with IT funding.

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Ability Net

AbilityNet supports people of any age, living with any disability or impairment to use technology to achieve their goals at home, at work and in education.

They do this by providing specialist advice services, free information resources and by helping to build a more accessible digital world. For more information please visit:W: A digital world accessible to all. | AbilityNet

 

BT Community Web Kit

The BT Community Web Kit is a free service that allows you to build and maintain a website for your charity or non profit community group that will really make an impact.

In just a few simple steps, no matter what your level of experience, you can create a professional looking website to promote your group.

For more information please visit: www.btck.co.uk

 

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Charity Digital

Charity Digital (registered as Charity Digital Trust – charity number 1133179) was established in 2001 to help other charities accelerate their missions using digital technology. Before its rebrand in July 2019, the organisation was called Tech Trust.

We partner with leading technology providers to deliver the UK’s only software donation platform, Charity Digital Exchange. Our services improve digital awareness and access, connect charities to the digital expertise and talent they need, and raise the bar for digital skills and understanding for non-profit organisations of all kinds.

To date, we’ve helped over 400,000 charity professionals learn about digital transformation through our media platform Charity Digital News, and a enabled a further 36,000 charities save almost £250 million on technology investments. Since 2002, our payment processing and fundraising services have provided income of over £300M for our charity customers, and an average of six million emails per month are sent through our bespoke charity email service.

FFI: https://charitydigital.org.uk/about-us/

Citizens Online

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/

CITA – IT Help for Charities

CITA provides three services to help Charities be more effective through their use of technology, these are:
·       Tech Surgery
·       IT consultancy
·       IT project delivery

Computers for Charities

Provides I.T. related advice and support for charities and voluntary organisations.
Visit: http://www.computersforcharities.org/

IT for Charities

Resource guide for UK charities. Visit: http://www.itforcharities.co.uk/

 

 

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PC4 Recycling

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: info@pc4recycling.co.uk.
Fuller details and pricing are on Website: http://www.pc4recycling.co.uk

RECOM refurbished computers

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.
http://recom.org.uk/

The Arthur Rank Centre – computers for Rural people

This scheme makes computers available at extra-low charity prices; if you live or work in a rural area we can supply a fully functioning computer for as little as £130.

  • Internet-ready laptops and desktops with pre-installed Microsoft software
  • Order and pay by phone or by post
  • Free delivery (UK mainland)
  • Individuals, schools, businesses, community groups… all qualify!

Email and the internet provide enormous opportunities for those who find it difficult to get out and about, especially when the shops, library or bank are 10 miles away. Yet computers can be expensive, and few people want to buy one just to see if it might be useful.

Germinate: The Arthur Rank Centre, in partnership with two other charities, started Computers for Rural People to provide rural communities, individuals and groups with high quality, fully-refurbished second-hand computers at very low cost to encourage people to take the first step.

So if you think a computer might be useful we can help you.  At a really low price we can provide a computer of your own, pre-loaded with Microsoft software and delivered to your door with 3 months warranty, to get you started. You may find similar prices advertised for new machines, but these are special light-duty computers, and often without software.  Our computers are commercial duty machines, fully refurbished and fitted with a complete suite of software; and delivered to your door.

FFI: https://germinate.net/mission/computers-for-rural-people/

 

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