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Press Releases

Press Release – The Good Exchange registers with the Fundraising Regulator

20th August 2018
Type: Press Releases
The Good Exchange has officially registered with the Fundraising Regulator.  The Regulator’s Code of Fundraising Practice requires fundraising platforms to take all reasonable steps to enable donors to make informed donation decisions including providing clear, transparent & accessible information on their services, fees & charges to ensure members of the public know where their donation is going & what their rights are in the event of a problem.

Press Release – Oxford City Council Offers More Grants Through The Good Exchange

14th August 2018
Type: Press Releases
Oxford City Council has made a further £10,000 of small grants available for local charities and community groups through The Good Exchange.  A total of £20,000 has now been made available in the current round of the City Council’s Small Grants Scheme 2018 for organisations based in Oxford that promote equality, community cohesion, healthy living, or work to tackle poverty and deprivation.

Press Release – London-based Voyage Youth fundraises for leadership BTEC for BME youngsters with The Good Exchange

1st August 2018
Type: Press Releases
London-based Voyage Youth has won a free fundraising project on The Good Exchange platform, following a prize draw at the NCVO Annual Conference in April 2018. The organisation’s core mission is to reduce the inequalities and disparities faced by young Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) people in employment, education and community settings. Voyage is using the fundraising project to raise £47,700 for its flagship Young Leaders for Safer Cities (YLFSC) BTEC accredited course in leadership.

Press Release – Miss Lawrence Charitable Trust Partners with The Good Exchange to Digitise Grant Application Process

5th June 2018
Type: Press Releases
The Miss Lawrence Trust, has been announced as a new funder on The Good Exchange. The national grant-giving charitable trust was originally established in 1973 by Miss Winifred Lawrence, a local resident who left an estate in trust to benefit local and national charities. The Trust typically provides approximately £100,000 worth of grants per annum, with on average £2,000-3,000 being allocated per applicant. A wide range of charitable projects are supported, from youth and disability services, education, employment and training, poverty, deprivation and homelessness.

Press Release – Oxford City Council Offers Additional Funding Through The Good Exchange

21st May 2018
Type: Press Releases
Oxford City Council has made a further £10,000 of small grants available for local charities and community groups through the innovative online matching platform The Good Exchange. Following a successful pilot earlier this year, the City Council will offer further grants of up to £1,000 through the second round of its 2018 Small Grants Scheme on the platform. Grants will be available to organisations based in Oxford that promote equality, community cohesion, healthy living, or that tackle poverty and deprivation.