Programmes for Nonprofits

We help nonprofits realise the opportunities and implications of technology, so that they can continue to champion and support the most vulnerable.

Resources & Open Programmes

Programmes that are open to join or apply to.

Coffee Connections

Meet new people in the charity sector and learn about how they're using digital.

Read about Coffee Connections

Design Hops

A free course to learn step-by-step methods for designing your charity’s online services.

Read about Design Hops

Private Programmes

Programmes we're currently running, but which are now closed to new applicants.

Deloitte Digital Connect

We're collaborating with Deloitte to deliver Deloitte Digital Connect, a new initiative to help charities close the digital divide and provide best practice advice across the sector. 

Read about Deloitte Digital Connect

Tech for Good Build 2021

A £1m digital development fund from Comic Relief and Paul Hamlyn Foundation, with support delivered by CAST.

Read about the Tech for Good 2021 programme

Past Programmes

Programmes we've run previously.

Collaborative Digital Training

A six-week programme to learn a collaborative approach to developing digital services.

COVID-19 Digital Response

A £5 million National Lottery programme delivered by CAST to address urgent issues which affect the most vulnerable.

Explore

Early stage digital funding and tailored support over 12 weeks to help charities explore digital service delivery challenges and prototype solutions.

Tech vs Abuse

A twelve month programme supporting charities funded by Comic Relief, Emsée Fairbairn, and the Clothworkers Foundation to develop digital products and services to tackle issues around domestic violence and abuse.

Tech for Good

A nine month programme supporting nine charities using tech for social good, funded by Comic Relief and the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

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