DREAM BIG TECHNOLOGY GRANT
What is a “Dream Big” Technology Grant?
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!
The Dream Big Technology Grant is designed to help nonprofits apply creative technology solutions to their organizations. Technology has the potential to transform the operations of shelters, food pantries, workforce development programs, after-school learning programs and more. Could you do more client-facing service if you saved time absorbed by manual administrative processes? Could you use systems and technology to improve client tracking and outcome measurements, donor management, and “talking” to each other about how to better serve your communities?
This is one of the few grant opportunities focus on nonprofits getting and using software technologies (plus IT hours) to help fulfill their missions. In 2018 and 2019, the Dream Big Technology Granting judging panel of primarily Georgia CIOs, CTOs, CDOs and other technology leaders selected nonprofit organizations with the following NTEE Core Codes.
B60 Adult Education
|L20 Housing Development, Construction & Management||P20 Human Services|
|B80 Student Services||L41 Homeless Shelters||P30 Children & Youth Services|
|B90 Educational Support||O01 Youth Development Alliances & Advocacy||P43 Family Violence Shelters|
|O31 Youth Development||P81 Senior Centers|
|I83 Public Interest Law||O41 Youth Development||R20 Civil Rights|
|K31 Food Banks & Pantries||
What is your NTEE Code? This is provided in your Guidestar Profile.
To learn how past recipients have used this grant, click here >>
WANT MORE INFORMATION?
*Note: Application period on flyer is for Georgia only.
Check Alabama and Tennessee Dream Big websites for
their application periods.
How to Apply?
Go to your state’s page to learn more about the process, eligibility, and timeline by state. Completing the online application will take about 20-25 minutes – some people completed it in less time.
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.
For any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.