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In-kind donations or technology products and services valued at up to $30,000 to USA social nonprofit social justice organizations to increase organizational capabilities and impact. Eligible types of organizations include legal services, criminal justice, BIPOC, civic engagement, climate and environmental justice, and those serving New Americans, the LGBTQIA+ community, and those with different abilities.
Dream Big™ Grants were created to help nonprofits apply creative technology solutions to their organizations. Each Dream Big™ Grant gives organizations in TechBRidge's four pillars the opportunity to leverage technology for simplified client onboarding, tracking client journeys and outcomes, donor management, and measuring missions impact. This series of grants is one of the few grant opportunities that focuses on nonprofits getting and using software technologies (plus IT hours) to help fulfill their missions.
The DreamBig™ for Social Justice Technology Grant combines your ideas with... organizational strategy, tech expertise, technology, and match funding. Each grant takes your idea for improvement and combines it with strategy and the right technology. It’s simple: Simply describe your situation, challenge, or problem --and how technology can be the solution. How can technology help you advance your social justice cause?
Proposed projects must incorporate specific TechBridge services. Projects may include the following TechBridge services: Microsoft Services, Salesforce Services, Exponent Case Management, JusticeServer, Mobile Application Development, and Custom Application Development.
GrantWatch ID#: 200321
Nonprofits may request a matching grant for up to $30,000 in TechBridge service towards the implementation of a specific technology solution that builds capacity, efficiency, or effectiveness for their organization. Each nonprofit selected will receive a 4x match from TechBridge (up to the award amount), meaning that for every $1,000 requested, the nonprofit would be required to contribute 20% and TechBridge 80%.
Built into the grant award will be a required Technology Assessment, provided by TechBridge (this will be waived if a nonprofit has received one within the last two years). Please note that the grant will also include a detailed discovery process by TechBridge to understand the organization and the proposed technology project. This discovery process may include, but is not limited to, a Technology Assessment, Solution Design, Process Definition and/or Functional Requirements.
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