Connections: Suppliers/Services

Technology Trust

This programme is brought to you by Technology Trust (TT) in partnership with the not-for-profit technology capacity building organisation TechSoup.

Through this programme, eligible UK-based charities are able to request donated technology products from Partners such as Microsoft, Symantec and Cisco.
   

The products include operating system software and server software, security software and hardware products such as switches, routers, wireless equipment and firewalls.

TT and TechSoup are actively working to further expand the programme to include donations from other leading corporate technology donors.

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.

Charities have access to a wide array of educational resources through the CTX Programme which helps them best choose, implement, and use the available technology.

TechSoup works in partnership with an international network of NGOs to administer a Global Technology Donation Programme.

Technology Trust website

Oikos – Charity Website Developer

Swindon based web developer and technology advisor helping people communicate, collaborate and build community.

Oikos – Charity Website Developer website

Creative Dynamic Print

One call to CDP will see your project placed with the best printer for the work and overseen at every step by our print buying experts. Our service combines the best suppliers in the industry with our own impartial, expert knowledge. We work with a hand-picked network of trusted print partners that span the entire spectrum of print techniques and represent the very best in their specialist areas.

Creative Dynamic Print website

Surrey Community Action

Engaging Communities working together.

Supporting & strengthening the voluntary, community and faith sector
through access to advice, training, funding and advocacy

Surrey Community Action website