Travelling from outside London? Apply for our travel bursary, to make sure that our conference is as accessible as possible.
Part of our mission is to champion digital inclusion within the sector and to move charity discussion away from its sometimes London-centric mode. That’s why we’ve launched the #BeMoreDigital 2020 conference travel bursary, in order to make our March conference accessible for all UK organisations.
Following on from our efforts on Digital Fundraising Day to provide charities across the UK (regardless of where in the UK they are based or operate) with the digital learning and resources that they need to #BeMoreDigital, our travel bursary aims to make our conference as accessible as possible.
This year’s conference will encourage charities to #BeMoreDigital, as we continue to work towards our mission of guiding digital practice within the charity sector.
We found that many charities were scared or put off by the term ‘digital transformation’. When we dug a little deeper it became clear that it’s not about transformation, but rather focusing on how charities can #BeMoreDigital.
The purpose of the conference is to equip charities with the knowledge, skills and support they need to implement digital culture, tech and skills into their organisation and operations. With this aim in mind, we want to make this conference as accessible as possible, and we do not want travel costs to prohibit charities from taking part. Digital technology should be a leveller - allowing charities and organisations with smaller operating budgets to stretch their resources to help more people than ever.
Whether you are travelling as part of a group or on your own, each non-London charity will have up to £250 to supplement the travel of their employees attending the conference.
To apply for a travel bursary follow these steps: