The April edition on the GRIN Grants and Resources Databases are being sent out today to subscribers.
The Grants Databases differs from other searchable databases because, while you can still carry out searches, you can also see all the funding sources available. With other searchable databases you only see the schemes that come up as a result of the search parameters you set. This month we’ve added a new archive section, so you can see what’s happened to grant programmes that have permanently closed. Often these have useful resources on their website links and are sometimes relaunched when more funds become available.
This month’s edition has been updated to include all COVID-19 announcements. It also features a new ‘Index’ section, which allows users to quickly identify grant prospects.
The core funders section has now been removed and incorporated into the index, but we’ve bolstered the section on South West grant providers.
The subscription cost just is £100 for a period of 2 years and subscription includes the daily GRIN Grants Bulletin, which is sent out every day throughout the year at 8.30am (you can sign up for a free 2-week trial of the grants bulletin here). Keeping track on what grant-making organisations are doing during and after COVID-19 will be essential for not-for-profits seeking grant support, and the GRIN Grants and Resources Databases are an essential and cost effective resources for this.
Further information is available from Dom or Paul at GRIN using either firstname.lastname@example.org or ‘phone 07387 377043.