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Nominet Trust offers grants to redevelop 25 charities’ websites

Howard Lake | 19 December 2012 | News

The Nominet Trust is offering to fund up to 25 charities to help redesign their website using the Raising IT platform. Selected charities will receive at least £14,400 to fund this work and up to £72,000 of grants are available.

Several charities have already signed up but there is still £130,000 in grants available.

Raising IT‘s system offers charities a content management system (CRM) that is integrated with e-commerce, donations and campaign functionality, together with social media monitoring tools. It works on the SaaS (software-as-a-service) model.


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The funding is available to charities in England and Wales registered with the Charity Commission and with an annual income of £1 million or over. To be eligible charities must be fundraising online from individuals or trying to do so, and be currently frustrated from doing better by their online set-up.



Raising IT already work with over 50 charities in the UK, including RSPCA, Add International and Women’s Enterprise Scotland.

The deadline for applications is midday on 24 December 2012.