Brevio, a social enterprise, based in Somerset, is changing the way non-profit
organisations research and apply for grants, to build a more efficient system for
Brevio’s mission is to create a more efficient third sector, by uniting nonprofits and
funders to grow together and create more impact on society. Brevio simplifies grant
research, grant application and grant management to free up hundreds of millions of
pounds lost to administration every year.
Throughout the past two years, the third sector has faced more than its share of
challenges. Non-profits have navigated lockdowns, a lack of funding and staff
shortages, putting a strain on resources.
During 2020, many charities were spending three days a week researching and
applying for grants, according to Brevio research. Even worse, around 66% of all
grant applications are not successful, showing just how inefficient the process can
Streamline it with Brevio
Brevio currently has over £50M of live funds available, from 888 funders and over
1400 live grants. The platform automatically matches non-profit organisations based
on the details of their funding needs, to the grants for which they may be eligible
based on funder criteria. This saves non-profit organisations a significant research
Brevio is currently free of charge for non-profits and the process is very
straightforward. Non-profits can simply create a Brevio profile, set up their funding
needs and then get matched instantly to grants that they are eligible for.
As a Brevio user, non-profits also get access to tailored insights and advice on
applying for funding, forming partnerships with grant givers, and using data to power
Brevio is a BCorp registered non-profit social enterprise.
Find out more by visiting https://nonprofits.brevio.org/