What is A “Dream Big” Technology Grant?
Nonprofit staff, boards and volunteer advisors often brainstorm great ideas but lack the resources to follow through with them. What if there was a better, simpler way available by applying the latest technology to your nonprofit’s operation to alleviate non-client supporting duties?
Georgia’s Dream Big technology grant provides funding to make dreams into reality. Nonprofit organizations outline ideas to improve client journeys, re-invent onboarding, motivate donors, link service partners, illustrate their impact and many other brilliant endeavors.
How Do I Get Ready To Apply Online?
Download the Dream Big Application Worksheet.
Applications will be accepted starting February 14. The questions are mostly yes/no and fill-in-the-blank. Describe your proposed project and why you believe it will make an impact on your nonprofit organization.
This is one of the few grant opportunities focus on nonprofits getting and using software technologies (plus IT hours) to help fulfill their missions. Last year several transformational projects were awarded between $8,000 and $24,000– and it all starts by completing the online grant application.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com
80/20 Matching Grant
Dream Big Technology Grantees have some “skin in the game.” TechBridge provides 80% of the projects total funding. If the proposed project is $10,000, the nonprofit is expected to provide $2,000 from other funding sources and TechBridge contributes $8,000. Find more in our TechBridge Dream Big Grant Explanation Flier >>
GUIDELINES AND FAQS
2019 Dream Big Technology Grant Sponsors:
Advocates for Children
Use Cloud to Better Connect Foster Care, Runaway Services, Shelters, Children/Family Programs
Center for Black
Data Will Provide Deeper Understanding for Black Women’s Wellness
Construction Education Foundation of Georgia
“Construction Ready” Grads with Construction Employers
Georgia Asylum &
Pro Bono Lawyers to Get Portal to Defend Victims of Crime and Persecution
Georgia Court Appointed Special Advocates
Advocates for Abused, Neglected Children Need Technology
APPLICATIONS WILL REOPEN IN EARLY 2020