We offer two main products: (a) a Daily Grants E-bulletin, and (b) a monthly Grants and Resources Database. Subscribers to the Grants and Resources Databases automatically receive the daily grants e-bulletin, together with an open invitation to contact us at any time to request a bespoke list of potential grant programmes to match your project or services. 

Daily Grants Bulletin

This is a great way to focus on funding opportunities for the day ahead. At 8.30 each weekday morning throughout the year we send out a daily grants e-bulletin that features current funding opportunities and other invaluable information. The bulletins are prepared the evening before, so they’re always relevant and often feature funding opportunities before they’re widely circulated, which can give subscribers a head-start, particularly in today’s funding landscape. 

The cost is just:

£15 per year for an individual subscriber; or
£25 per year for an organisation with two or more subscribers.

Ask for a recent example or request a FREE 2-week trial.

Daily Grants Bulletin 

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Monthly Grants and Resources Databases

The Grants Database is a searchable, colour-coded and indexed comprehensive listing over 1,000 leading UK grant schemes with regular updates to your email inbox on the 1st Monday of each month.

The cost is just £100 for a 24 month period, and includes the daily grants e-bulletin for the same period.

PLEASE NOTE: although the drop down menu states the cost for the databases is £100 per annum, this is because the PayPal setup doesn’t provide an option for a 2-yearly payment term (grrrr!). 
The cost is actually £100 for a 24 month period.

Ask us for a free snapshot of both databases by emailing or click on the ‘View Example’ button below.

Monthly Grants & Resources Databases

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Anyone can sign up to receive either the daily grants e-bulletin or the monthly Grants and Resources Databases.

The information is primarily relevant to UK based not-for-profits, although a number of grant programmes we feature are relevant in other parts of the world and in the last year we’ve advised organisations based in France, the Channel Islands, Malawi and South Africa.
 Database subscribers receive access to a much wider range of resources.

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