The Gadfly Project: In-Kind Grants for Software Initiatives

The Gadfly Project is offering in-kind grants to organizations looking to implement software initiatives that can enhance their operations and expand their outreach. These grants aim to improve efficiency and effectiveness by leveraging technology solutions.

One key aspect of the grant application is to demonstrate how the proposed project will engage as many users and supporters as possible. The Gadfly Project is particularly interested in initiatives that have a significant impact on user engagement.

It’s important to note that this grant offer is non-competitive. All applicants who meet the requirements will be considered for funding. The Gadfly Project will utilize its in-house expertise and resources to complete the chosen projects. However, it’s essential to clarify that this is not a cash grant, but rather an in-kind grant.

The scope of this grant is wide, encompassing any project that assists or enables organizations focused on improving the well-being of humanity and/or the natural environment. The preferred magnitude for software development efforts is between $5,000 (USD) and $100,000 (USD), although it is not a strict requirement. The magnitude of the users and the potential impact of the software on their lives should be explained in detail.

Grant applications are evaluated quarterly, with deadlines falling on January 26, 2024; April 27, 2024; July 27, 2024; and October 26, 2024. Applicants can expect a response within two weeks of the deadline.

For more information and to submit your application, please visit the Gadfly Project’s website at


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