wcit charity

Worshipful Company of Information Technologists Charity

Gemma Colley

Worshipful Company of Information Technologists Charity

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Applications are accepted from UK registered charities, educational establishments, and other organisations with a formal not-for-profit constitution, such as a community interest company; CICs limited by shares may also apply.

All eligible projects must make use of IT, and the Charity is more likely to fund projects which demonstrate an innovative use of IT, are scalable for wider replication, and are sustainable over time. All applicants will be expected to produce formal reports on their outcomes.

Projects must fall under one of the four priority areas:

• Education.
• Inclusion.
• IT for charities.
• Public understanding of IT.

Organisations can also apply for independent strategic-level pro-bono help for their IT projects from WCIT.

To find out how to apply and for more information, visit: Apply For A Grant – WCIT Charity

Application deadline: 5pm on January 22, 2024.

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