Technology grant available for non-profits

Technology grant available for non-profits

Website Build and Match Fund Grant

Posted on 08.04.2019

Technology grant available for non-profits

The Institute of Technology for Australia and New Zealand Limited (TITAN) is accepting applications for their Website Build and Match Fund Grant, which gives not-for-profit organisations the opportunity to apply for a free website build.

Providing website builds to a minimum of 100 not-for-profits in Australia and New Zealand, TITAN’s Website Grant allows not-for-profits to offset the build costs upfront over the first 12 months to get websites up and running as smoothly as possible.

This program is to help charities turn their websites from a brochure site into a data-driven website, marketing and fundraising tool.

TITAN will offer 100 charities the opportunity to receive a new, mobile-first, best-practice website built by

Joyful’s website build process, which covers the strategy, design and build of a new website for AU$20k, is covered by the TITAN grant. Organisations must read the conditions below before starting the first stage of applications. Successful applicants will also be given AU$1,000 to match the first AU$1,000 successfully raised in online donations received through the new website. There is the possibility of more follow-on funding, dependent on the success of the campaign.


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