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Month: October 2018

  • 5 ways to get amazing Charity Commission data

    Earlier this month the Charity Commission for England and Wales launched its “Statement of Strategic Intent“. One of the five strategic objectives for 2018 to 2023 is “Informing public choice” about charities – and they identify data as one of the ways to use this. As they say: Today, we collect and display basic data […]

  • Treating grantees’ data responsibly

    This post is based on the announcement by The Engine Room As you may have read, over the six months we’ve been working with Ariadne and The Engine Room to research how funders think about sharing data, to support them in doing so responsibly. Supported by Digital Impact (part of the Digital Civil Society Lab […]

  • Following the foundations

    Guest blog post by Dr. Catherine Walker, Director of The Researchery  Foundation Giving Trends 2018 has just been published, showing the latest figures for grantmaking from the top 300 UK foundations. The news is pretty positive: A fourth year of positive growth in grantmaking, which has now hit £3.3 billion in the latest financial year under […]

  • Celebrating open grantmaking data

    Thank you to everyone who attended the awards event for our Data Visualisation Challenge Fund. We were delighted with the energy and warmth shared among the 100 of you who joined us in Shoreditch on 21 September 2018. We had invited designers and data journalists to use 360Giving data to develop and visualise responses to key […]