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With Bedrock Digital support, and funding from Cumbria Community Foundation, Charity Technology provides FREE help with improving your digital tools and skills to make technology work for your organisation.

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Charity Technology is working with Bedrock Digital, part of the Transforming West Cumbria programme.

Who can apply?

Voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations based in Allerdale or Copeland in West Cumbria.

Priority will be given to organisations that:

Example Supported Projects

Eligible Costs

What is NOT supported?

How much can you apply for?

Grants will normally be up to £5,000.

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Who am I?

I work to enable people to learn, share and expand their skills, knowledge and understanding, mainly through the use of technology.

I have worked in the charity sector for over 23 years, at both small and large organisations. As I've seen software develop into a multi-million pound industry, I've grown aware that what works for large charities isn't always right for small. Enterprise-level software isn't always the best choice. And you can't always tell until you've used it for a while. What is common across charities of all sizes is the need for sustainable approaches, future-proofed decision-making, and knowledge of digital tools and processes.

Sustainable, flexible, and cost-effective solutions are a must. I'm here when you need me, not as an expensive one-off consultation, but as a resource to help inform strategy, sense-check, help with ideas, and support your organisation's future.

My family and I live and work near Millom in West Cumbria.

Kevin Beynon

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