Startup offers free website grants without strings attached

rule:fresh – a startup created by ex The Body Shop Foundation staffer Oli Robinson – is offering grants for small charity websites. The offer, which runs until the end of the year, provides a small charity website, professionally designed and built in WordPress, and integrated with Mailchimp, Eventbrite and Donorfy.

The offer includes creation, design and integration of the site. rule:fresh sites offer:

  • Mobile-friendly design – works on all devices
  • Built on WordPress – the world’s most popular content management system
  • Optimised for discovery by Google and other search engines
  • Online donations, with integration to Donorfy if needed
  • Integrated with Mailchimp and Eventbrite

Unlike other grants, there is no long-term tie-in to annual fees, although there is an optional fee of £550 per annum covering hosting, support and updates to WordPress and its plugins.

The grant is valued at £6000 and you have until 31st January to apply, after which rule:fresh will have open applications year round for more grants valued at £1250.

You can see a demo of their affordable £1250 website package here – demo.rulefresh.com

rule:fresh CEO Oli says “Small charities deserve great websites but they can be expensive to build and maintain. We’re committed to bringing affordable, professional websites to these organisations but without the strings that are normally attached to such offers, and we hope this grant will make the start of 2019 a very happy one.”

Contact rule:fresh by visiting www.rulefresh.com, emailing hello@rulefresh.com or call 0800 192 6003.

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