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RequiredCore fields in the standard: Who, how much, when and what was it for?
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IdentifierThe unique identifier for this grant. Made up of your 360Giving prefix, and an identifier from your records.stringSee Grant identifier guidance for details.
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TitleA title for this grant activity. This should be under 140 characters long.string
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DescriptionA short description of this grant activity.string
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CurrencyThe currency used in amounts. Use the three-letter currency code from ISO 4217 eg: Use GBP for Pounds Sterling.stringSee the full list of currency codes
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Amount AwardedTotal amount awarded in numbers (do not include commas or currency symbols such as £). If you have provided detailed transaction information on a separate table, this should equal the sum of all the award transactions for this grant.number
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Award DateWhen was the decision to award this grant made. Dates should be in YYYY-MM-DD format.date-time
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Recipient Org:IdentifierA globally unique identifier for this organisation. This is important to enable data on funders and recipients to be linked up across different grant-makers. The Organisation Identifier Standard guidance explains how to create this ID, based either on the known company or charity number, or upon identifiers held in the grant-maker's internal systems.stringSee Organisation Identifier guidance for details.
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Recipient Org:NameOrganisation namestring
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Funding Org:IdentifierA globally unique identifier for this organisation. This is important to enable data on funders and recipients to be linked up across different grant-makers. The Organisation Identifier Standard guidance explains how to create this ID, based either on the known company or charity number, or upon identifiers held in the grant-maker's internal systems.stringSee Organisation Identifier guidance for details.
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Funding Org:NameOrganisation namestring
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Recommended fields - including this data whenever possible will make your data more usable and useful.
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Recommended but optionalFields to identify the recipient organisation. These fields often provide the information needed to create a Recipient Org:Identifier
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Recipient Org:Charity NumberRegistered charity number, if applicable.string
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Recipient Org:Company NumberRegistered UK company number, if applicable.string
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Fields to show where is the funded activity is happening. This can be any type of location: an estate, a town, city, wards, local government areas or parliamentary constituencies, a region or country depending upon the scope of the grant or funded activity.
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Beneficiary Location:NameA name for this location.string
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Beneficiary Location:Geographic CodeA code referring to a geographical area, drawn from an established gazetteer. For example, the code for a local authority ward, or parliamentary constituency.string
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Beneficiary Location:Geographic Code TypeThe type of Geographic Code (geoCode) used (e.g. Ward, Parliamentary Constituency etc.). This value for this field should be drawn from the codelist of geographic code types.stringSee full list of geographic code types.
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Fields that allow grants to be mapped and work with GrantNav location functions. Recipient location fields indicate where the organisation is based, usually an office address. If a recipient has more than one office, the recipient location could be the registered office, the head office or a regional office address. If postcodes cannot be published for data protection reasons they can be converted into geocodes prior to publishing and shared using the other recipient location fields.
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Recipient Org:Postal CodePostal code.string
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Recipient Org:Location:NameA name for this location.string
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Recipient Org:Location:Geographic CodeA code referring to a geographical area, drawn from an established gazetteer. For example, the code for a local authority ward, or parliamentary constituency.string
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Recipient Org:Location:Geographic Code TypeThe type of Geographic Code (geoCode) used (e.g. Ward, Parliamentary Constituency etc.). This value for this field should be drawn from the codelist of geographic code types.stringSee full list of geographic code types.
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Fields that show the duration of a grant or funded project. These help distinguish between grants for a single year and those that are multi-year. It is possible to include the duration field only, or just the start or end dates.
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Planned Dates:Start DateAll events should have a start date. Dates should be in YYYY-MM-DD format. If the month or day are not available, these may be omitted.date-time
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Planned Dates:End DateEvents or activities lasting more than one day should have either a duration (in months) or an end date. Dates should be in YYYY-MM-DD format. If the month or day are not available, these may be omitted.date-time
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Planned Dates:Duration (months)Events or activities lasting more than one day should have either a duration (in months) or an end date.string
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Fields that show which grant programme a grant was awarded under. These help users to understand your different areas of focus and how your grants vary across these. It is possible to include Grant Programme:Title field only.
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Grant Programme:TitleThe title of this grant programme.string
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Grant Programme:CodeAn identifier for this grant programme.string
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Grant Programme:URLA web link to more details of this grant programme.uri
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Fields that provide useful information for users of your data about the data itself, known as 'Metadata'.
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Last modifiedThe date and time when information about this grant was last updated. Last modified should be in date time format: YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SSZdate-time
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Data SourceA web link pointing to the source of this data. This may be an original 360Giving data file, a file from which the data was converted, or an organisation website.uri
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OptionalOptional fields - although less commonly used these may be useful to include if relevant to your grantmaking
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Amount Applied ForTotal amount applied for in numbers (do not include commas or currency symbols such as £). If you have provided detailed transaction information on a separate table, this should equal the sum of all the application transactions for this grant.number
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Amount DisbursedTotal amount disbursed (paid) to this grantee when this record was last updated (in numbers: do not include commas or currency symbols such as £)). If you have provided detailed transaction information on a separate table, this should equal the sum of all the disbursement transactions for this grant.number
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URLA URL (Web Address) where further information about this grant can be found. This could point to the website of the recipient organisation, or might link to further details on the funders website.uri
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Recipient Org:Street AddressBuilding number and street name.string
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Recipient Org:CityCity or town.string
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Recipient Org:CountyCountystring
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Recipient Org:CountryCountrystring
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Recipient Org:DescriptionA short description of this organisation and its area of workstring
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Recipient Org:Web AddressA web address for the Organisationuri
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Recipient Org:Organisation TypeA description of this organisationstring
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Beneficiary Location:Country CodeThe ISO Country Code of the location of this activity.string
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Beneficiary Location:LatitudeThe latitude of a point locationstring
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Beneficiary Location:LongitudeThe longitude of a point locationstring
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From an open call?Was this grant made as the result of an open call for applications? Values should be 'Yes' or 'No'string
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Related ActivityThe identifiers of any related activities (e.g. other grants given as part of a multi-grant project)array
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Classifications:TitleThe title of this classification.string
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Classifications:VocabularyA vocabulary used for this classification.string
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Classifications:CodeA codelist value in the chosen vocabulary.string
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Classifications:DescriptionA description of this classification.string
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Classifications:URLA web link to more details of this classification.uri
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Classifications:Last modifiedThe date and time when the information was last updateddate-time
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Funding Org:DepartmentThe department or sub-unit of this organisation making or receiving the grant.string
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