Posted: 01 October 2018

Rotherham Federation are pleased to announce that, with funding from Rotherham Borough Council, a total of 16 Applications for the “Getting Online” Grant were successful and have received grants for their Group to help residents “get online”.

  • Treeton Community Centre – £300 towards start up of a Digital Cyber Café
  • Aspire Community Hub – Running Digital Sessions to users - £300
  • Friends of Rosehill Park - £300 to turn knit and natter sessions into Digital Sessions
  • Crafty Talk - £288 for MiFi units/tablets to get online
  • Bakersfield Court - £300 towards Tutor for computer course sessions
  • Action Housing – Run Digital Drop in Sessions for users - £300
  • MVNA – Digital Sessions run at the library - £300
  • UMMEED - £300 to do digital sessions for service users
  • Rotherham District Explorer Scouts - £300 for MiFi units across the borough
  • Rotherham Drop in Community Centre – £250 for MiFi and Digital Sessions to users
  • Hellaby Community Project – £300 towards WIFI and Tutor Sessions
  • Harley Village Mission Room Trust – £300 for Tablets to offer Digital Sessions
  • Asian Ladies Society – £280 towards tutor costs for Computer Course
  • Swinton Community Focus Group – £300 towards running digital sessions to users
  • Fitzwilliam Association – £300 for MiFi and tablets to run digital sessions
  • Leverton Way TARA Group – £274.99 for WIFI and Digital Sessions to users