There are lots of free or low-cost website options.
Community group in Bradford district? The quickest and easiest way to get information about your group on the internet is to join the DIVA Bradford directory. Its free for voluntary and community groups in Bradford district to join.
Your page on DIVA Bradford 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 page need updating? Contact DIVA Bradford.
If you can't get the website you want for free then make sure you get a few quotes from website designers and see examples of their work before making a decision.
In November 2015, the Transform Foundation announced a new grants programme that will fund website development for charities.
Get Microsoft programmes, Adobe software and more through the Technology Trust Exchange - UK registered charities and charitable Housing Associations can access software products. "Charities are required to pay an Administrative Fee per product to cover the costs of delivering the programme. Whilst the administrative fees vary, charities will still make savings of between 92-96% on typical retail prices." Interested? Check the eligibility criteria.
Computers for rural people scheme - Individuals, clubs, businesses and not for profit organisations in rural areas that need access to information and services, are able to purchase "high quality, fully-refurbished second hand computers" for as little as £130. The computers are being made available through the Arthur Rank Centre. Laptops and desktops available - applications can be made at any time.