After you’ve published
The 360Giving team is delighted that your organisation has joined the open grants movement! Hundreds of funders have shared their grants using the 360Giving Data Standard, enabling them to share information on who, where and what they fund in a way that others can access and use for free.
In the communications pack below, we have provided resources and messages which explain what publishing using the 360Giving Data Standard means and why it is so important (both for funders and for society) to support you to communicate this to your external audiences, your grantees and your internal teams. You can also find the 360Giving publisher badges here, if you haven’t already added one to your organisation’s website.
Using our tools
We have created free online tools to make it easy to explore, download and visualise grants data. Once you’ve published and let us know, your data will appear in all our tools the following day, making it easily accessible, and allowing it to be viewed together with data from other funders.
Widgets and bespoke dashboards
We can support you to add widgets and bespoke dashboards to your website to promote your published data more widely.
Widgets allow you to embed your organisation’s 360Giving data on your own website. They will help you to display that you publish grants data openly and transparently, and will provide a greater opportunity for others to understand where your funding is going.
We can deliver thematic trackers, bespoke dashboards and reports for funder networks or collaborations. They can be either standalone or as part of a package which may include an extension to the 360Giving Data Standard.
If you have any further questions or would like any help, do get in touch with us at email@example.com .