Facts & Figures: Grant-Making Trusts
2 Aug 2017
This free report gives an overview of grant-making trusts, with a specific look at relationships between grant givers and grantees. Discover the role of grants in the UK, and the viewpoint of the grantee in regards to the grant maker and the processes involved.
- There are around 8,000 UK grant-making trusts, giving a total of £3bn annually.
- The average individual grant size in the UK is £10,000.
- The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is the largest grant giver worldwide and in second place is the Wellcome Trust.
- Communication between beneficiaries and funders is problematic; with 68% of funders not talking to beneficiaries before funding, and 65% not talking after funding.
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Thank you for the report. My
Thank you for the report. My only comment would be that it's not as substantial, in-depth, or revealing as many of your previous reports have led me to expect.
Many thanks for your comment. We envisioned our Facts and Figures series to be short overviews of a particular topics. We are working on a larger more holistic report on Grant-makers relationships with charities at the moment. It is going to be ready early 2018. Please do keep an eye on our website not to miss out.
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