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. Working across the United Kingdom and internationally, we respond to all enquiries as quickly as we can and always try to provide a high standard of friendly, accessible and generous 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.
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Enterprise Development Fund offering grants and learning support to charities and social enterprises now open to applications (Expression of Interest deadline: 25 September 2020)
We’ll provide more details about the Enterprise Development Programme in next Monday’s grants bulletin, but as the Expression of Interest
Clarity CIC seeks your views on how it can better support non-profit organisations (consultation deadline 30 September 2020)
Clarity CIC‘s mission is to enable social purpose organisations, including community groups, charities and social enterprises to be effective, sustainable
New report concludes that charities need to develop fresh approaches to fundraising following COVID-19
Charities will need to develop new fundraising approaches as giving falls over the next year, according to research commissioned by
Creative Communications agency Full Fat offers £30,000 worth of support to UK charities (first application deadline 18 September 2020)
London-based creative communications agency Full Fat has committed up to offer up to £30,000 worth of its services to support