Bloomberg Philanthropies

Funding for Cultural Organisations to Improve Digital Infrastructure Across the UK

Gemma Colley

Funding for Cultural Organisations to Improve Digital Infrastructure Across the UK

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Bloomberg Philanthropies is offering grants of up to £150,000 over two-years for cultural organisations to strengthen their digital infrastructure and help grow revenue, increase fundraising, engage audiences, and improve operations.

Through the Digital Accelerator Programme, not-for-profit cultural organisations that have been in operation for at least three years and had a turnover of at least £500,000 in the 2023 financial year can apply for digital infrastructure projects across the following categories:

  • Content creation and distribution (focussing on production infrastructure rather than fees for one-time digital projects).
  • Customer relationship management and ticketing (including fundraising systems).
  • Digital archives and digital asset management.
  • Website upgrades and redevelopment.

Eligible costs include hardware, software, vendors and suppliers, staff time, and training.

Find more information and how to apply by visiting: Digital Accelerator Application (bloomberg.org)

Application deadline: 13th March 2024

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