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We send out a short grants bulletin each weekday throughout the year, with the exception of public bank holidays and a short break over Christmas and the New Year.  Each bulletin contains details of 2-3 grant programmes, together with a news item that we post on our website (see our Homepage). We regularly feature grant schemes that aren’t featured in other databases.

We normally send out around 240 bulletins each year containing details of approximately 750 grant schemes and related resources. 

The e-mailed bulletins are prepared the evening before, so content is always up to date and we regularly feature details of new grant programmes before they become widely available, which can be an advantage to subscribers.

If you’d like to try out the daily bulletins, please sign up for the FREE 2-week trial on the Contact Us page. There’s no obligation to sign up once the trial period has ended if the bulletins don’t meet your needs.

The cost of subscription is just £15 per year (or £25 for multiple subscribers from the same organisation). You can subscribe to the daily grants bulletin on our Products page. Subscribers to our database also receive the daily bulletins for a 12 or 24-month period, depending on the level of subscription.

Ask us to send you a sample bulletin or get in touch by completing a Contact Us form. Alternatively, you can email info@grin.coop, phone 07387 377043 or use the ‘Chat to Us’ box in the bottom right-hand corner.

GRIN #3166 – Thursday 28th July 2022

In today’s bulletin: 

o THE NIGHT SHELTER TRANSFORMATION FUND 2022-2025 ROUND 1 – revenue and capital grants are available to voluntary, community and other not-for-profit groups, including CICs,  in England to enable providers of night shelters to transform their services.  The deadline for applications is Friday 26th August 2022. Future rounds of the fund will be announced in due course.
o THE ANA LEAF FOUNDATION – grants are available to charitable organisations and individuals in the UK and (in particular) the Channel Islands for the relief of sickness, the promotion of health, the advancement of education, medical research and the provision of educational facilities. Projects can take place in the UK, Channel Islands or overseas. Contact the Foundation at the addresses provided below to enquire about the likelihood of grant support. 
DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL “CONNECTING YOU” COMMUNITY TRANSPORT GRANTS revenue grants of between £1,000 and £10,000 are available to charities and not-for-profit organisations in Devon for specific transport projects tackling loneliness or transport related activities to enable young people aged 16-24 and older people aged 55 and over to access activities and services. The application deadline is Tuesday 31st January 2023.

On our website today (scroll down to the ‘Latest News‘ section):  

o FREE WEBINARS FOR CHARITIES AND NOT-FOR-PROFITS ON EVENTBRITE