What is Grant Finder?

Author: Mr Robert Culyer

Published on: 1 June 2018

The Diocese of Norwich Grant Finder is a FREE online funding website developed exclusively for local parishes.

It is designed to help you find funding to support a variety of projects.

What can it do for me?

  • Helps you to find funding and support for your church and community groups
  • Searches through a continually updated database containing thousands of funding opportunities, including those from Government sources
  • Takes advantage of a number of proactive features including tailored email alerts and weekly funding newsletters.

How do I access it?

We are in the process of launching a new search engine for grants which we feel will serve our parishes better. This will be up and running shortly. We will announce the information for the new site shortly so please watch this space.

In the meantime if you need further help please contact Robert Culyer on Tel: 01603 882326 or by Email: eboreg.phylre@qvbprfrbsabejvpu.bet





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Mr Robert Culyer

Generous Giving Adviser Officer

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