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Come along to our free Data Surgeries

We’re holding not one, but two free workshops in the coming weeks! The first is taking place on 22nd February (10am - 12pm) where we’ll be teaching you how to get started with Colab Notebooks for advanced data analysis.

The second will be our highly requested Making Maps session on 22nd March (10am - 12pm) where you'll have the opportunity to create your own map using open grants data. We look forward to seeing you there! 

Dive into the Data Quality Dashboard

We’re pleased to present a new addition to our growing family of 360Giving tools - the Data Quality Dashboard! This tool is designed to help funders understand the features of good data quality and help them to compare their data with others.

The dashboard gives you an overview of the data qualities of 360Giving data as a whole, as well as individual funders’ data. We’re encouraging funders to use this tool to assess their organisation's data quality and to identify opportunities to expand the usefulness of the data collected and shared. Others in the sector can also use the Data Quality Dashboard to understand the uses and limitations of the 360Giving data.

Check it out!

Getting started with our new Complete Guide to Publishing

Our Data Support Officer, Tom Williamson, has written a blog on our brand new Complete Guide to Publishing. It covers the three key stages of sharing grants data using the Data Standard: planning, preparing and publishing.

Do One Better podcast with Fran Perrin OBE

360Giving’s co-founder and chair, Fran Perrin OBE, joined the Do One Better podcast last week for an insightful discussion on the importance of data transparency in the philanthropy sector and how the pandemic has shifted philanthropic thinking. 

What the Levelling Up paper means for charities 

NCVO have published their analysis of the white paper, summarising the key sections for charities and opportunities for the charity sector to engage with government policy. 

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Discovering grants data: How tools and transparency can help charities

In this article by Charity Times, we shared how we’ve started off the year, how our tools can be used to support charities, and what’s next for open grants data.

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