If you think you have a project that Nominet Trust would be interested in funding, then you can apply using our online application process. We have a two-stage application process. Stage 1 allows you to describe the key features of your project and what you hope to achieve via a relatively short and straightforward online form.
We aim to review all Stage 1 forms within two weeks' of receipt. The projects we feel align closely with our aims and objectives will be shortlisted and invited to complete the Stage 2 form - also online.
Thank you for helping us in our search for the world’s 100 most inspiring social innovations with digital technology.
The Nominet Trust 100 will showcase how digital technology can be central to efforts to bring real change, improving people’s lives by giving them access to support, skills, knowledge and opportunities.
Today, Monday 17 June 2013, social enterprise Participle launch We Are The Million, a new crowd funding platform that boosts small businesses in South London by helping them raise much needed funds to grow and create new employment opportunities in their local community.
Starting now, the public can support the local small businesses they love, get great deals and in the process directly create jobs in their community.
Only two weeks after the launch of the UK-wide campaign to inspire a generation of young people to create, not just use, digital technologies, 'Make Things Do Stuff' today announces additional support from Virgin Media, Caffè Nero, Microsoft and the UK government.
Virgin Media and Caffè Nero have committed to 'Make Things Do Stuff' through their partnership with member organisation Freeformers, to deliver a progamme of TechJam Clubs to m
Tech entrepreneurs have already changed the world, transforming how we work, how we communicate, how we shop. Imagine if these entrepreneurs focused their talents on big social challenges, using tech to devise radically new solutions to social care, child welfare, poverty, education and climate change.
Imagine the power of technology applied for social good.
The RSA & The Comino Foundation are hosting a day-long interactive showcase and celebration of making at Somerset House.
Hosted in the newly ‘unlocked’ basement of Somerset House, The RSA & The Comino Foundation are bringing the maker community together in a central London location on 19th June 2013.
The day time session will consist of interactive demos, presentations, workshops and screenings including a presentation on Make things do stuff: Making a generation of Digital Makers with Nominet Trust's Kieron Kirkland.
I believe social media and Twitter have transformed communication in the same way television has transformed entertainment. The efficiency and speed at which we can exchange ideas and share content compared to ten years ago is extraordinary.