Promising practice in grant refusals

A UK organisation has released reports about a research project into communication experiences and practices, at the point of grant refusal, among selected grant making and grant seeking organisations.  The project came about as a result of the frustration and disappointment being experienced by many grant seekers, alongside the multiple pressures facing grant makers, in responding to grant seekers’ needs and in meeting their own range of obligations.

The overall purpose of the research was to support learning and improvement in policy and practice among grant makers and grant seekers.

Click here to download a copy of the practice paper “The art of refusal: experiences of grant makers and grant seekers, which focuses on best practices for grant refusal as identified from grant  makers’ and grant seekers’ perspectives.