Free online guide to more than 180,000 historical grants

Free online guide to more than 180,000 historical grants

30 Sep 2016 | Fundraising | David Ainsworth

An online tool to let charities search more than 180,000 grants awarded over the past dozen years has been developed by a transparency charity, with the backing of large UK’s foundations.


Free online guide to more than 180,000 historical grants

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