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We’re a charity that is doing things differently through technology and data driven impact reporting.

We have an exclusive focus on helping charities to scale their impact through digital channels. From the start we’ve put data at the heart of our approach, with a drive towards scalable results and helping the sector grow and develop best practice.

We are delighted by the success so far of the Website Grant Programme, helping organisations to dramatically increase income and the real-time reporting tool at the top of this page shows the total increase in income all of our funded charities have received since receiving a grant.

This year we are expanding out our impact into many different areas, firstly into Facebook Grants.

We have been excited by the response to our Digital Skills Timebank and so are recruiting a new member of staff to get more blue chip companies on board before inviting charities to apply for volunteer days to help with digital projects from senior technology consultants.

"We are really happy with the impact the Transform Foundation's Charity Website Grant had for us. Everyone from the Chief Executive down has given great feedback on the site, saying it is far more modern and far more professional. As well as helping support our fundraising, it is also proving to be a service-user tool that is helping us put people in touch with their local Home-Starts when they need support, or when they want to volunteer their time."

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We have been pleased to announce our new Trustee, Simon Persoff, who currently advises global financial institutions on GDPR will lead our GDPR programme for charities. This year our GDPR Programme has included the launch of a GDPR whitepaper in collaboration with a managing director of Accenture and an event series with DLA Piper.

We are diligently working to be a voice for the charity space in digital, providing a powerful Tech Blog that pulls together the latest insights into nonprofit digital marketing which we publicise to a 16,500 strong charity following on Twitter.

Our first year and a half of existence has been a very busy time, we have encountered so many incredible and inspiring charities, funded some truly exciting projects and seen some incredible results. This year, we are excited by the growing team and trustee board and the many new projects that are launching.

Please do sign up to our next drinks event, being hosted at the Royal Society of Arts, where our Chair and CEO will be making our latest funding announcements and talking about what more is in store for 2017 and 2018.