New online tool will help charities search for funding » Charity Digital News

New online tool will help charities search for funding

An international development funding finder tool is now live on the GOV.UK website. It is a new way to help charities search for DFID funding opportunities.

The online tool has a number of dropdown menus to help identify the most relevant funds. You can search by sector, country, amount of money required and type of organisation. It will then produce a shortlist of funds that match your criteria. If you know the name of a fund, you can use the search box to find it.

The funding finder includes DFID-funded grants, funds or business support which relate to international development work. It replaces the former ‘funding opportunities’ page.

Related reading

GDPR Handbook tile
To mark the return of Red Nose Day on Friday 24th March, Ed Sheeran went to Liberia to visit children living on the streets and slums, many orphaned by the recent Ebola outbreak. During his trip, Ed visited the Street Child Liberia project which uses Comic Relief cash to help give vulnerable children a safe place to stay, reuniting them with their relatives and helping them get back into school.