Who we are
grin is an award winning social enterprise that specialises in helping not-for-profit organisations find the funding and resources they need to deliver great projects and vital services. We work across the United Kingdom and internationally, responding to all requests for information and practical support with friendly and accessible advice.
In 2020 grin was named as a winner in the SME Enterprise Awards for Southern England, with our work supporting not-for-profits during COVID-19 strongly commended.
We work with not-for-profit organisations to identify the best funding sources to approach, help prepare applications for grants
and provide access to and information about other useful resources. We also send out a daily grants bulletin and produce monthly Grants and Resources Databases.
Get in touch and let grin put a smile on your face!
How we help
Call, email or message us to discuss your funding prospects for developing a project or improving your services. We’re always generous with our advice and support and love to hear about the great work not-for-profits are doing.
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Youth Worker Bursary Fund for 2020/21, offering grants of £300,000, now open to applications from charitable, benevolent and philanthropic organisations or consortia in England (application deadline 16 December 2020)
The purpose of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport’s (DCMS) Youth Worker Bursary Fund is to provide financial
“Fundraising in the Time of COVID” – free booklet from the Chartered Institute of Fundraisers to help charities improve services to their supporters during COVID-19
The Chartered Institute of Fundraising (CIoF) has published a free booklet aimed at helping charities increase the focus on the
Job Vacancy: Re:work, a charity supporting disadvantaged young people in the Knowle West area of Bristol, is currently seeking a part-time Fundraiser (application deadline: 11 January 2021)
Many thanks to Gemma Skuse for asking us to advertise the following vacancy for a Fundraiser. Re:work is a registered
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, has committed to a “new, holistic, place-based approach” to funding community projects and programmes.