Case Studies - Funding Solutions
The British Plastics Federation (BPF) is the leading trade association for the UK Plastic Industry, with over 450 members and 1,200 affiliated members.
The Federation took the decision to invest in Idox’s bespoke funding solution – a fully customised funding platform, offering members access to a one-stop shop of funding information.
Leeds Beckett University was one of the first institutions in the UK to invest in GRANTfinder 4 Education to help meet both their academic research and wider project funding needs.
This case study explores how the University has benefited from the service in their first 12 months of use.
Formed in 1979, SCNI exists to support existing and start-up community groups; enhancing their skills, knowledge and expertise to enable them to fully participate in matters impacting on their communities. The organisation acts on behalf of the Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE) and has – for the past 10 years – used the GRANTfinder service as part of NIHE’s licence.
This case study explores how access to GRANTfinder via NIHE has supported SCNI and its beneficiaries.
Established in 1990 as Northampton Volunteer Bureau, Voluntary Impact Northamptonshire (as it is now known) works to support voluntary and community action across all of Northamptonshire’s communities, supporting people into volunteering, helping the development of VCS organisations and managing a number of community projects including Age Span.
Looking for a way to support hundreds of groups, organisations and individuals from across the county, Voluntary Impact Northamptonshire turned to Idox’s Open 4 Community solution.
Meadville Chamber of Commerce became one of the first in Pennsylvania to take out a subscription to Idox Grant Advisor USA.
This case study explains how the Chamber’s subscription to the Idox Grant Advisor USA package is helping to strengthen the services it offers to local businesses.
The Province of the Church in Wales is an independent member of the Anglican Communion and is divided into six distinct geographical areas, or dioceses.
With each diocese overseen by its own Bishop and operating as a distinct administrative unit, the Church in Wales has a number of diverse demands placed upon its funding service.