Save money on IT


There are lots of free or low cost ways of making a website

The quickest and easiest way to get information about your group on the Internet is to join the DIVA Bradford databaseIts free for voluntary and community groups in Bradford district to join. 

Your page can contain information about your group, services, contact details and photos too.  DIVA Bradford will add all this information for you and then you just need to sign up for a free account so you can add as many jobs and events as you like!

Is your group already registered on DIVA Bradford? Does your record need an update? Contact DIVA Bradford.

Computers and software

BT Community Connections provides internet-ready computers to a variety of voluntary groups, together with a contribution towards the cost of 12 months’ internet access. Organisations must be able to demonstrate that they would use the internet in an innovative way.

Get Microsoft programmes, Adobe software and more through the Charity Technology Exchange - UK registered charities and charitable Housing Associations can access up to 10 different software products each year (from a list of over 200 products). There is an admin fee.

Computers for rural people scheme - Individuals clubs, businesses, schools and not for profit organisations in rural areas that need access to information and services, are able to purchase fully functioning ex-government computers for as little as £130. The computers are being made available through the Arthur Rank Centre. This is a collaborative unit supported by the National Churches, the Royal Agricultural Society of England and the Rank Foundation. Prices are lower for organisations that need more than one computer; e.g. for a drop-in centre or school.  Applications can be made at any time. 

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