GRIN Grants Database: July 2022 edition out today, featuring full details of over 1,500 grant programmes

The July 2022 edition of the GRIN Grants Database is being circulated to subscribers today with details of 1,500 grant programmes.

The July updates features 46 grant schemes with upcoming application deadlines, together with 19 grant programmes where applications may be made at any time. We’re continuing to place a joint focus on established grant providers and those that generally aren’t featured in other directories.

Each database entry includes full details of each grant programme, including:

o Name of Grant programme and grant provider.
o Date the grant provider was founded.
o Its charity number.
o Total grants awarded in its previous year.
o Application deadline(s).
o Who can apply.
o Key words.
o Description of scheme, and the
0 Contact address, phone number and website.

As GRIN (which stands for Grants Resources Information News) is rooted in the South West of England, we have a separate section listing around 300 grant providers that specifically support organisations in the South West. 

At the moment, we’re investing our time in revising the Index section on the database as we felt the previous Index had become too detailed. We’ve completed 67% of all entries (up to grant schemes starting with the letter ‘N’) and so far have:

o 244 listing for grant providers that will support projects benefiting Children and Young People.
o 223 listings for Education.
o 169 listings for The Arts.
o 166 listings for Health,
o 143 listing for projects that benefit people with a disability, and
o 127 listings for the Environment.

There are a further 135 categories in the Index, ranging from ‘Agriculture’ to ‘Women and Girls’.

If you’d like to see a sample of the database, simply email GRIN at with the message ‘Database Sample’ in the header.

Subscription to the database, which is just £60 for 12 months, or £100 for 24 months, includes the daily grants bulletin we send out every weekday throughout the year. Today we’re featuring the Forrester Family Trust and Power to Change: Powering Up, both of which have just opened to applications.