Reports, publications and analysis
Through our reports and publications, we aim to inform funders’ decision-making and to inspire practice. We help grantmakers to track trends over time and to gain further understanding of specific issues.
Specialist Legal Advice Providers Analysis
We were pleased to work with the Access to Justice Foundation on a report analysing funding for ‘Specialist Legal Advice Providers’.
Combined with analysis about specialist legal advice providers themselves, we’ve covered the size and scope of the sector, income sources, and lots more information about funders and funding – including the relationship between funder collaborations.
As well as reading the report, you can explore the data in our methodology and we’ve written a blog on ‘Analysing Specialist Legal Advice Providers funding: What can we see? What have we learnt?’ too.
UK Covid relief and recovery grants: data analysis
This report uses data published by funders about the grants they made between March 2020 and October 2021 during the Coronavirus pandemic to understand how they and wider civil society responded during that time.
It aims to be a starting point for the exploration of the data collected on Covid-19 relief and recovery grants. You can click on links on every page to view interactive visualisations to explore the data.
‘Below the Radar’: understanding some of the UK’s smallest charities
Analysis using 360Giving data to find and explore grassroots non-profit organisations operating at the local community or neighbourhood level. Such organisations are vital to UK civil society but often fall ‘below the radar’, and have previously been under-represented in research and statistics. This paper demonstrates the value of data-sharing in bringing them into the spotlight. The report was funded by Local Trust and carried out by 360Giving and NCVO, and to accompany the report we wrote a blog on how we discovered some of the UK’s smallest charities.
Other examples of analysis using 360Giving Data
Data Visualisation Challenge
In 2018, 360Giving invited developers, researchers and anyone with an interest in the data to use our dataset to develop and visualise innovative solutions to key questions facing the grantmaking sector. It provides inspiration and ideas of what can be done with the data.