Members’ GiveHub


The Nominet Members’ GiveHub is an opportunity for members to support an organisation of their choice and make a real difference to their work.  

A fund of £50k each month is available, which can be awarded to any UK registered organisation for projects that align with our commitment to making the world more connected, inclusive and secure.  

Following its initial six-month pilot, GiveHub has been extended for a further year which means  our members can continue to directly influence Nominet’s charitable giving.  

Applications are reviewed monthly by the GiveHub panel – a group of up to seven volunteers from the membership – who work with the membership engagement team.  

The panel’s current membership:

Leslie BunderIndividual
Chris HemmingsPenguin Internet Ltd
Marek IsalskiFaelix Limited
Andrew KennedyAdvent Software Limited
Q MisellAS207960 Cyfyngedig
Tim Prater Prater Raines
Dan Rodgers Domain Registrar Services Ltd

Katherine Low Settlement (KLS)

KLS were one of the charity beneficiaries that were nominated in a successful Member Give Hub application. They utilised the funds awarded within their "Tech Up Battersea" project to support elderly people and vulnerable adults in Battersea to lead more digital and independent lives.

Caius House

Caius House is a charity and youth club that has been serving the community of Battersea for over a century. They were successfully nominated and granted funding through our Member GiveHub. The funds will enable them to create a creative and technology learning space from where they will be delivering sessions in digital skills, coding, graphic design, and other creative areas.

More information about how members can apply  for a grant, the application criteria and decision-making process, is available on the Member Hub.

If you have any questions about the process as you fill out the application form please contact the Member Engagement team. 

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Public Benefit

We want a world that is connected, inclusive and secure, and believe that technology has a fundamental and positive part to play. Find out more about our public benefit initiatives, programmes and partnerships.

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