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Up to £2 million will be awarded through the ‘CareTech Challenge – Living Independently Through Technology.’ Applicants locally and off island will need to demonstrate technologies that can help people in Jersey to live independently in their homes and stay connected to communities for longer; improve the lives of older people and their carers; showcase and accelerate a proactive and preventative community care model; and reduce hospitalisations.

Eligibility Criteria

  • The Applicant must submit a proposal with a technology-centric solution.
  • The Applicant can only lead one application per programme.
  • The Applicant must intend the results of their project to have impact in Jersey.
  • The proposed project must be able to commence within three months of receiving the award and spend the funds within 12-36 months.
  • Applicants should also be aware that under current restrictions, this programme will not fund any procurement, commercial, business development, or supply chain activity under sanctions such as Russia or Belarusian entities.
  • Furthermore, as sanctions guidance evolves, this programme will adapt its funding restrictions to align with the latest legal and regulatory developments.
  • The deadline for submitting proposals for the CareTech Challenge is midnight on the 30th August 2024.

Judging Criteria

1. The Solution and innovation (25%)
Quality of tech solution and the innovation it brings
Potential Impact on target market
Will it target older people, and does it aid independent living?

2. Stakeholder Engagement (10%)
Is the proposed solution being deployed in Jersey collaboratively?
Has the applicant demonstrated stakeholder buy-in? If so, how?

3. Project Delivery (45%)
a) Project Plan and Timeline (20%)
Does the applicant detail a clear roadmap for deployment of the solution, including key milestones, deliverables and deadlines?

b) Leadership and Experience (10%)
Does the applicant demonstrate the leadership structure and operational experience to deliver a successful project?
Has the solution been deployed successfully in other jurisdictions?

c) Resource Management (15%)
Do financial resources seem well detailed and appropriate?
Does the application include plans for scaling and maintaining the solution beyond the initial funding period?
Have the grant stage payments requested been clearly set out and explained, aligned to appropriate delivery milestones?

4. Impact and benefits (20%)
Does the application demonstrate appropriate levels of benefits and scale?
Will the benefits be delivered in the 12 – 36-month window?
Does the application demonstrate how the benefits will be measured?


Yes, you can still apply.  Include references or examples of your solution’s use in your application.

Yes, you can still apply.  While more established solutions in TRL zones 7-9 may be targeted, solutions at lower TRLs will be considered in the context of their potential impact, the level of funding required, and the risk carried with solution’s implementation.  It will be really important for applicants to discuss where they currently are in terms of TRL, but also how rapidly you intend to accelerate through TRLs within the 12–36-month period.

Get in touch with us via email info@impact.je or attend the 4th July matchmaking event.

Yes, you can still apply.  Do articulate clearly the anticipated timelines for the realisation of benefits for your project and how these will be measured in your application.

Get in touch with us via email – info@impact.je

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Applicants have until midnight on the 30th August 2024 to submit their entry.

You can save the progress you have made on your application and return to complete it at a later date, by clicking ‘Save for later’ at the bottom of this form.