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Month: September 2018

  • Revealing the bigger picture

    For the first time, those concerned about social issues are able to easily gain insights into who gives grants for different aspects of our lives and in our places. In response to a unique competition run by 360Giving and funded by the Big Lottery, designers, analysts and data journalists from around the world have been […]

  • Visualisation Challenge judging panel confirmed

    Between April and July 2018 we ran a Visualisation Challenge where we asked people to submit their responses to two questions: Who has funded what themes throughout the years? User-led organisations: Who funds them, in what thematic area, how much funding do they receive and what type of organisation are they? The entries had to […]

  • Poverty and reduced statutory funding in Trafford

    7 September 2018 In this blog series, participants in the 360Giving Data Journey share their learning and experience. Bethan Rowsby is the grants administrator at Trafford Housing Trust providing administrative support to the rest of the Social Investment staff team as well as all to volunteers, including Social Investment Board, Virtual Committee and Community Mentors. I wanted […]

  • Three Tools to Help You Explore Charity Commission Data

    6 September 2018 Data held by the Charity Commission is valuable information for anyone who wants to understand the charity sector. The Commission makes lots of the information about charities in England and Wales available online via its public register, ranging from who the trustees are and the number of staff, to where and how […]

  • Exploring community-based grants in Birmingham

    As one of the biggest grant funders in Birmingham, Birmingham City Council has a responsibility to make its funding information available. What easier and better way to do this than to use the 360Giving data standard, so the Council’s grants can be explored alongside those from other funders? Thanks to a bit of help and […]