Next steps for Funders
We know everyone’s needs are bespoke, so speak with our expert team now and learn about how Brevio fits yours
Foundations & Trusts
Brevio works with foundations and Trusts that are registered as charities. We look forward to learning more about your work, so let us give you a call and discuss how we can help.
Wealth Managers & Advisers
If you would like to show your clients how Brevio can streamline their philanthropy, please call us so we can show you how the platform can work for you, your team and your clients.
If you channel your philanthropy through a registered foundation, you can sign up to Brevio and simplify and focus your giving. Just get in touch and find out how we can work together.
Free membership for funders until January 1st 2021!
During 2020 we will be working with funders to establish appropriate pricing
The future is bright
Be among the very first to co-create a new, better grant making system for all. Join our exciting platform now, and benefit as we expand our network and features
- STEP 01
Be the change and help improve grant making
- STEP 02
See the surge in growth of an accessible network
- STEP 03
Experience true automation & further due diligence
- STEP 04
Access real-time data insight dashboards
- STEP 05
Leveraging Artificial Intelligence to provide actionable insights
- 2021 & BEYOND
Be part of the future. Continually transforming inefficient processes for the third sector
Our Funders FAQs
Here are some of the questions we have been asked during the development of Brevio. If you can’t find what you are looking for here, please visit our helpdesk.
- Who is behind Brevio and why should I trust it?
Brevio is a social enterprise Ltd company, and we’re B-Corp pending, meaning we are deeply committed to having a positive impact on people, society – and we continually invest in research and development that will further help the sector.
Brevio was founded and is funded by highly accomplished philanthropist Marcelle Speller, who was awarded an OBE for her work in the voluntary sector.
We are independent, which means we are impartial and can fairly meet the needs of both funder and applicants.
Brevio’s solution has been co-created with major UK funders, as well as charities big and small. Right from the beginning, we have always sought feedback from Third Sector organisations to guide Brevio’s development. This collaborative approach to building Brevio’s platform creates a sustainable solution that works for you.
The University of Bath have been a great supporter of Brevio, and right from the start have provided academic rigor to Brevio’s research and development. We now have three academics from the University of Bath on Brevio’s board of directors. The board consists world leading experts spanning technology, academia, government and blue chip organisations. You can see our team page here.
- Are you going to vet and approve charities on the platform?
If a charity is registered in the UK, we will check it against the charities commission through our platform API. The funder can specify if they want to be paired with unregistered charities, if they do, they will have their own vetting procedures outside of Brevio.
Brevio have had initial discussions with a major UK funder who are developing a highly sophisticated due diligence tool.
- Can I use Brevio to identify charities that need funding?
Yes, when designing your fund you will be able to flex criteria to see where the need is. Only eligible charities can apply to your grants – including new charities you may have not come across before.
The matching is carried out on 82 search criteria, plus 29,667 location Breakdowns, 374 clauses, and 245 beneficiary groups.
You decide who to fund, Brevio provides a list of eligible applicants.