‘Find a Grant’ digital service launched
15th March 2023
The Cabinet Office has launched a ‘Find a Grant’ digital service, a single place for eligible individuals and organisations to find and apply for government grants and gain access to financial support.
The government has recently decided to make it mandatory, which means central government departments and their arms-length bodies must advertise their competitive grant schemes via the service from 1 April.
The Cabinet Office is also offering councils the opportunity to advertise their grants on the service.
As well as advertisements, the service has an application function, which will enable councils to build an application form to suit their grant’s requirements.
The government has produced materials linked below which provide an overview and guidance for councils on how to register as a grant administrator and post an advert on ‘Find a Grant.’
Councils should note that, where the guidance refers to inputting a Government Grant Information System (GGIS) number, councils should simply input ‘N/A’, as councils are not required to use the GGIS system.
The digital service is free of charge for at least the next 18 months. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com
‘Find a Grant’ digital service: