Our first year of grant funding has seen a terrific impact on many charities - increasing awareness, income and impact in tangible measures.
Through qualitative and quantitative evaluation and monitoring we are seeking not only to understand the individual stories of charity impact, but critically to understand the trends of the collective. Our ultimate aim is to help develop an open understanding of what charities needs to do to readily raise funds and advance their charitable objectives online.
Wessex Cancer Trust wanted to improve their donor journey and communication with donors. The Trust's previous website had a high bounce rate and no way of booking online for their fundraising events.Read more
When Breast Cancer Haven applied for Transform Foundation funding, they found themselves with a website which was behind the times. It was difficult to update, was not mobile-first and re- directed supporters to a third party platform to make donations.Read more
The Old Royal Naval College had set themselves the ambitious target of raising over £1m for their Future Fund by June 30th 2016 to help continue their conservation, community and educational work.Read more
Trinity Hospice made the decision that they wanted to make digital a key pillar of their fundraising strategy, whilst also improving the experience they gave to service users and their families, professionals, supporters and the local community.Read more