Social Tech Seed is an open investment programme that offers early-stage investment to entrepreneurs who are looking to develop new ventures using digital for social impact. This programme will provide funding and support to help entrepreneurs nurture, develop and test their ideas. - See more at: http://www.nominettrust.org.uk/how-to-apply/our-investment-programmes-0#sthash.mvFTT9ku.dpuf
We deliver a variety of funding programmes, either in partnership or direct to organisations developing innovative projects using digital technology for social good. Although we’re actively supporting more than 40 initiatives right now, our funding programmes are currently closed for applications. Sign up to our newsletter or follow us on Twitter to be the first to hear about forthcoming funding opportunities.
Our funding programmes
Social Tech Seed is a grant-funding programme that offers entrepreneurial organisations early-stage investment to develop innovative projects harnessing the power of the internet and digital technologies to deliver significant social change.
iAMDigital is a £1million investment fund from Creative England and Nominet Trust to support organisations, charities and social businesses that are using technology to increase digital engagement and skills.
Digital Arts & Creative Ageing is a collaborative grant funding programme developed by Nominet Trust and The Baring Foundation. This programme is all about improving engagement with the creative arts by older people across the UK, with the associated benefits to general health and wellbeing which such participation brings.
We support ventures using digital tech for social impact. If you're interested in finding out more about the types of ventures we support, take a look at our current portfolio of projects. more >
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The Personal (Computer) is Political
In our latest provocation paper, Dr Aleks Krotoski explores the importance of understanding how digitaltools are made to help us recognise how they inform our everyday actions. more >
In this paper, Dr Aleks Krotoski explores the importance of such issues, looking at how an understanding of how digital tools are made can help us recognise how they afford, constrain and mediate our everyday actions. - See more at: http://www.nominettrust.org.uk/knowledge-centre/articles/personal-computer-political#sthash.CUkZ1VzJ.dpuf