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Number of Bucks grants given

This chart shows the total number of grants given by some of the key charitable funders in Buckinghamshire to Buckinghamshire based organisations. It gives an indication of how active these grant makers are and how many different projects they have supported over the past few years.

This chart shows the number of individual grants given in Buckinghamshire by the following funders – the Rothschild Foundation, Heart of Bucks, Leap, Fairhive (formerly VAHT), Red Kite and the Clare Foundation from 2018 to 2021. Whether grants were given to individuals or charitable organisations depends on the funder and the funding programme, and there are other charitable funders in Buckinghamshire who have not contributed data, so this graph is only a partial view of grants given by funders in the county.

The chart shows that the number of grants awarded dramatically increased from 2018, when 366 grants were awarded, to 2020, when 780 grants were awarded.


More than double the number of grants were awarded in 2020 and 2021, compared to 2018 and 2019.

Number of Bucks grants given

Number of grants given by Buckinghamshire funders to Buckinghamshire organisations

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