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FunderFinder doesn't give grants. Nor is it possible to do a search on this website to see who might give you a grant.

Below is advice about how to use what information there is on this website to best advantage. If you're looking for a grant for a UK voluntary organisation or community group, read the advice immediately below. If you're looking for a grant for an individual person, click here.


If you want to know which trusts might fund your organisation, we suggest:

  • Read our page on where to get support for groups
  • Talk to a local advice agency. Many have a copy of our software. But even if they don't, they're likely to have a worker whose job is to advise groups about funding. Look in our leaflet Funding Resources to find an appropriate organisation.
  • Take a look at other leaflets. They include fund-raising advice, a list of books you can consult, and notes about the main kinds of organisation that fund voluntary groups. View and print or save whatever you want.
  • Check out links to other useful places on the Web.
  • Contact FunderFinder to see where (if anywhere) you can use the GIN (Groups In Need) program for free

If you want to know which trusts might make a grant to an individual person, we suggest:

  • Read our page on where to get support for individuals
  • If you are a student, see the welfare officer at your college, or in your students' union: some even have online advice
  • If you're thinking about money to study or improve your career prospects, get advice from your local Connexions (if you're 13 - 19) or nextstep agency if you're older
  • Try your local Citizens Advice Bureau or other advice agency
  • Alternatively, consult in the library the books which FunderFinder uses as reference material. Look in our leaflet Money for Individuals for details. You may even find a copy of our software in your local library.
  • Check out links to other useful places on the Web.
  • Contact FunderFinder to see where (if anywhere) you can use the PIN (People In Need) program for free

Remember, FunderFinder is UK focused - If you are based outside the UK, our software and advice are unlikely to be particularly relevant.

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