TEMPLATE: Grant application budget A sample of a typical grants application budget > Read more. HELP SHEET: Applying a ?gender lens? to your work Treating men and women equally does not necessarily result in equal outcomes.
A brief description of the organisation. Here, the grantmaker wants your organisation to establish its credibility and qualifications for funding, and get a feel for how your programs have been developed to meet identified needs.
FundingCentre.com.au is where not-for-profits go for everything they need to become champion fundraisers.
EasyGrants. EasyGrants is the newsletter of the Funding Centre (and Australia's best tool for finding out about grants and fundraising) designed and priced for Not-for-Profits and schools.
Patrick Moriarty's 10 tips for getting a grant . Patrick Moriarty has searched for grants, given out grants and taught grantseeking to not-for-profit organisations across the country.
How to Find Grants. For many groups, finding grants can be a difficult or drawn-out task. Knowing where to look and who to talk to are the keys.
SmartyGrants Maps. SmartyGrants Maps helps you unlock powerful insights about your funding patterns, instantly revealing where your grants applications are coming from, and to where your money is flowing.
VIDEO: 10 tips for getting a grant Watch a video of Our Community grants guru Patrick Moriarty's top 10 tips for getting a grant > Watch. HELP SHEET: Negotiating a grant contract Obtaining a grant is the start of a whole process of accountability.
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The Australian Institute of Grants Management (AIGM): Best practice education, support, training, and service for government, philanthropic and corporate grantmakers, including Australia's most-used online grants management solution, SmartyGrants.
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Grants. Grants are a very important source of funds for most not-for-profits. Billions of dollars is provided each year by local, state and federal governments, as well as philanthropic, community and corporate trusts and foundations.
SmartyGrants Pricing. SmartyGrants users pay an annual fee based on each organisation's annual grants / awards / scholarships distribution, allowing you to lock in your budget allocations with certainty.
Grants All levels of government give out grants, as do many philanthropic foundations and some corporations. Some grant schemes are applicant-driven: groups submit their project proposals, and the grantmaker picks the one they like best.
Types of grants. All levels of government - federal, state, and local ? distribute grants, as do many philanthropic and community foundations, some other not-for-profit organisations, and some businesses.
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