Funding for not-for-profit projects that equip adults aged 18 years or older with basic digital skills for work and life, helping them access the online world.
The Thomas Wall Trust marked its 100th birthday last year with a new grants programme that provided funding to not-for-profit organisations working to improve basic digital skills for people in need.
The Trust is continuing the programme again this year and is offering a limited number of grants of up to £5,000. (Last year, 15 grants were awarded.)
Priority will be given to:
- Projects that link digital skills with employment opportunities
- Match funded projects
- Organisations that can provide compelling evidence of impact
- Organisations working with collaborative networks
Not-for-profit organisations or charities based in the UK, established for at least three years and with an annual turnover of £500,000 or less may apply.
There is a two-stage application process.
The deadline for Expression of Interest (stage one) is 25 June 2021.