Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity select CC Grant Tracker

CC Technology are delighted to announce that CC Grant Tracker has recently been implemented by Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity as their new online Grants Management System.

Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity raises vital funds to help rebuild and refurbish Great Ormond Street Hospital, provide vital up-to-date equipment, fund ground-breaking research into better treatments and provide support services for children and their families. CC Grant Tracker provides the charity with an efficient way of managing and administering funding towards these vital areas. Several application funding rounds have already passed through the system with the remainder being launched over the rest of this year.

CC Technology’s Product Director, Wan Fui Chan, stated:

“CC Technology are extremely proud of the work that we have completed for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. They are one of the world’s leading children’s hospitals and we hope that our CC Grant Tracker product will bring many benefits to the organisation.”

The success of this project has continued to demonstrate CC Technology’s expertise in grants management and that CC Grant Tracker is at the leading edge of technology in this domain.

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