Charities are struggling as much as anyone with what the implications of Brexit might be. With EU funding disappearing, and the future of UK government funding uncertain, the new Funds Online website from the Directory of Social Change (DSC) aims to help charities find over £8billion in funding from 8,000 different funders.
The Funds Online platform is slick, quick, and has a range of features designed to make finding funding as easy as possible for everyone, from trustees and volunteers to professional fundraisers.
‘With the new dashboard, you can track all the information you need and its incredibly easy to know what your journey has been through the funding landscape, which will save you lots of time in the future.’
Debra Allcock Tyler, DSC Chief Executive
Charities looking for funding will be able to start their search with a simple, yet powerful online search, and use their dashboard to log and track their applications all in one place.
Funds Online subscribers will be able to access:
- Up to 8,000 funders giving £8 billion, all on one website. Funds Online combines data from our previous four funding websites - Trustfunding.org.uk, Governmentfunding.org.uk, Companygiving.org.uk and Grantsforindividuals.org.uk - all on one website.
- New user dashboard that will help subscribers to keep track of applications.
- Improved search function; a quicker and more intuitive experience, helping subscribers to connect with funding like never before.
- Find funding on the go; access funding on a range of mobile devices.
- Same great team behind the data - we have a team of expert researchers updating the data to help you save time in your search.
The Directory of Social Change has helped tens of thousands of charities find funding with its previous funding databases and printed directories for decades. Funds Online brings all of that knowledge, experience, data, and more, together into one fantastic grant finding tool.
Funds Online will be available from 23rd January 2019. Visit FundsOnline.org.uk to find out more.
Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of Directory of Social Change, on Wednesday 23 January, 2019. For more information subscribe and follow https://pressat.co.uk/