What we do


The WCIT Charity works with a wide range of non-profit organisations and aims to help them get the best from IT. It is committed to strengthening communities and using the power of technology for good.

Every year, it supports a variety of charities through its grant-making programme and by providing pro bono support to a multitude of organisations.



Four key areas of focus


The WCIT Charity supports digital projects that improve one or more of these areas…


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IT for charities

Public understanding

Our history


Founded in 1987, the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists (WCIT) takes pride in being the City of London’s 100th Livery Company and one of the most relevant in our digital age.



Our impact


Find out more about the causes we support and read our latest Annual Review.


Read the latest Annual Review.

Our trustees


Nearly all of the WCIT Charity Board trustees are also members of the the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists. The trustees are: Stefan Fafinski, Elizabeth Sparrow, Richard Pone, Gus Machado, Jonathan Soar, Serena Chaudhry Pandey and David Berry. Bryan Parkinson is a Mercer trustee on the WCIT Charity Board.

Our Team

WCIT Charity Chair, Stefan Fafinski
Stefan Fafinski DL
Chair of Trustees
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Susan Hoefling
The WCIT Charity Coordinator
Lindsay Wratten
Charity Coordinator