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As a transparent grantmaker, we believe we have a duty to publish details of all our activities in an accessible format. The source data used on this page is available as open data and can be found at http://www.sfct.org.uk/360giving and https://www.iatiregistry.org/publisher/indtrust.

360 Degree Giving – publishing UK funders’ grants data

18 Mar 2015

Nesta

United Kingdom

£50,000.00

On-going 360 Degree Giving work, an initiative which helps UK grant makers and philanthropists to publish their grant information online in an easy to use way.

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Second Grant to the Joint Hub Fund

18 Mar 2015

Stichting HIVOS

Netherlands

Democratic participation and civil society, Information and Communication Technology

£100,000.00

This grant is to contribute towards a joint fund which supports technology innovation hubs across Africa. £10,000 of this grant will be used for management by Stichling Hivos. The remaining £90,000 will go towards supporting the core costs of technology innovation hubs in Africa and smaller seed funding to help stimulate social tech communities in countries or cities where they are still in their infancy. These funds will be re-granted directly to tech hubs or organisations in Africa.

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BeeHive – connecting funders to suitable charities

12 Mar 2015

Centre for the Acceleration of Social Technology (CAST)

United Kingdom

£10,000.00

To cover developer time for the BeeHive product which helps connect funders to suitable charities and vice versa and provides analysis of 360 Giving data.

Rights and inclusion of disabled people

16 Feb 2015

Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People

United Kingdom

£3,000.00

Core costs towards an organisation working on the rights and inclusion of disabled people.

Independent Digital Newsroom in South Africa

11 Feb 2015

Daily Maverick

South Africa

Free flow of information, Information and Communication Technology

£14,400.63

This is an independent digital newsroom which provides a unique blend of news, information, analysis and opinion. This grant covers core costs.

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Follow The Money transparency and accountability campaigns in Nigeria

29 Jan 2015

Connected Development (CODE)

Nigeria

Democratic participation and civil society, Free flow of information, Information and Communication Technology

£20,000.00

This organisation aims to improve access to information and empower local communities to hold government to account. This grant covers core costs.

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Supplementary Grant to IND262 due to exchange rate fluctuations

29 Jan 2015

Citizens Watch - IT

Uganda

Democratic participation and civil society, Free flow of information, Information and Communication Technology

£400.00

A supplementary grant of £400 to IND262 was agreed by Trustees due to exchange rate fluctuations. The grantee received 70,232,236 UGX of the original 71,880,000 Ugandan shillings awarded. This organisation is involved in innovative methods of election monitoring, social accountability and governance and empowering citizens in improving their livelihoods.

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Providing digital mapping during humanitarian crises

20 Jan 2015

MapAction

United Kingdom

Free flow of information, Information and Communication Technology, Relief co-ordination; protection and support services

£8,000.00

Towards the costs of volunteer deployment, tech and monitoring and evaluation for an organisation which provides vital information in mapping format during humanitarian crises.

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Helping UK grantmakers and philanthropists publish grant data

19 Jan 2015

Nesta

United Kingdom

£10,000.00

To enable technical improvements to 360 Degree Giving, an initiative which helps UK grant makers and philanthropists to publish their grant information online in an easy to use way.

999 smartphone app for deaf and disabled people

4 Dec 2014

Pesky People

United Kingdom

£10,000.00

This organisation uses digital technology to improve the lives of disabled and deaf people. This grant is towards core costs and the creation of a 999 smartphone app.