It was all change in July 2013, when Online Centres Foundation became Tinder Foundation, in a move that reflected our continuing diversification, and our commitment to doing much more to make good things happen through digital technology. The new name and new strategy were launched at an exciting event held at the House of Lords, with a number of stakeholders, community partners and learners coming together to celebrate a new chapter for Tinder Foundation.
2012-13 has been the year of building what was a fledgling mutual this time last year - clarifying our strategy, developing new partnerships and new ways of working, and growing our delivery and our ambitions.
In December 2012, we celebrated our first birthday as a mutual. The road hasn’t always been a smooth one, as we’ve focussed on securing funding to take the organisation forward, which has been challenging at times. We end the year on a solid footing, with a new delivery model, having generated income through a number of different streams to help nurture some green shoots for our longer term sustainability... Read the review
Moving from one new year to another, with new funding streams, new centres joining the network, and new prospects, certainly feels a lot different this year from last year - in a very good way! Things have changed not only in the digital landscape, but also within our own organisation... Read the review