Who we are
grin is an award winning social enterprise that works with not-for-profit organisations across the United Kingdom and internationally to help them secure the funding and resources they need.
Operating out of South West England, grin is a small, 2-person social business. We endeavour to respond to all enquiries with friendly, informative and accessible advice.
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, produce a monthly Grants Database and publish a news item each weekday, which you can read below.
For the last 3 years, in 2020, 2021 and 2022, grin was named as a leading social enterprise in Southern England in the SME Enterprise Awards. grin was also named as an outstanding social business in the Global Business Awards 2021.
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 always try to be generous with our advice and support and love to hear about the great work not-for-profits are doing.
CHAT TO US
You can talk to us at any time by using the ‘Chat to us’ box below. Just leave a message if we’re not around and we’ll get right back to you.
Sarah Taragon of Clarity CIC has provided the following article, which considers the staging of the World Cup in Qatar
Beeston’s Blog – in which Emma Beeston reflects on her experience of writing her first book “Advising Philanthropists” (available now to pre-order from the Directory of Social Change)
We regularly feature excellent pieces of writing by Sarah Taragon and Stephen Woollett of Clarity CIC and Emma Beeston of
Art Fund Museum of the Year Award 2023 now open to applications from the UK Museum and Gallery sector (application deadline: 19th January 2023)
Applications for the UK Art Fund Museum of the Year Award 2023 are now open! Art Fund Museum of the
National Schools Breakfast Club Programme – how eligible schools can apply for support for breakfast club provision.
Evidence shows that providing a healthy school breakfast at the start of the school day can contribute to improved readiness