May edition of the GRIN Grants and Resources Databases out now!

May 2, 2017

The May 1st edition of our Grants and Resources Databases contains details of just under 1,000 searchable grant programmes categorised as:

o General grant programmes;
o South West grant programmes; and
o Core running costs and salary funders.

The Grants Database icontinues to evolve and this month we've added specific details of the types of organisation that can apply to each grant programme, together with the type of application process. The database is adaptable enough for us to add new tabs on specific themes, such as ex-offenders, families and community buildings, according to the requirements of subscribers

The Grants Database comes as a colour-coded Excel spreadsheet and we've been pleased to hear that it's helped a number of subscribers secure significant grants.

The Resources Database is a slightly different proposition in that it provides details of 325, mostly free, additional resources that can either augment grant applications or provide access to other forms of funding such as Crowdfunding, online payment portals or other grants databases.

The Resources Database contains information on such things as:

o Award and competition schemes;
o Business and enterprise programmes;
o Fundraising, income generation and other resources;
o Loan schemes;
o Impact measurement tools; and
o Other directories.

This month we've added:

o A link to a free, searchable government business grants and resources directory;
o Information about two new award competitions; and
o A digital toolkit for charities.

Subscription includes the daily GRIN grants bulletin.

If you're interested in finding out more, ask us for a sample by emailing, or if you'd like to subscribe, the annual cost (which actually covers 13 months) is just £100.:

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