Small Grants, Big Changes, a report by the Directory of Social Change (DSC), provides the evidence to support what most people involved in delivering and funding charitable activities believed to be the case – small grants and small grants programmes have a vital role to play in enabling and sustaining critical support for charities and their beneficiaries. As identified in this research, specific advantages of small grants include their ability to target hard-to-reach communities, foster partnerships and attract future funding.
About this report
This report was funded by the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust and written by the Directory of Social Change (DSC). It looks at small grants and small grants programmes, primarily in the UK. For the purposes of this research, a small grant is defined as a grant with a value of £20,000 or less.
The report looks at what the available evidence tells us about small grants and small grants programmes, highlights examples of best practice among this evidence and features the thoughts and opinions of representatives of organisations with experience in applying for and receiving small grants.
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