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. In order to be fair, your organisation must be prepared to treat men and women differently; to remove barriers and to encourage inclusion.
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Proofreading. The most important part of any application is READING THE GUIDELINES, following them to the letter, and ensuring that you do actually meet the criteria for the grant ? some grantmakers receive up to 30% of applications that do not meet the eligibility criteria.
Monitoring grant performance THE TAKEAWAY: It is imperative that you monitor the performance of any grant-funded project in order to maintain a friendly relationship with the grantmaker, as well as to ensure you run an effective project.
Training at SmartyGrants HQ. If we can?t bring the training to you, we are happy for you to come to us, where we can provide training in our office in North Melbourne. This is not currently being offered. Instead we are delivering our usual training content via Online Webinar. During the webinar our team can show you through any aspects of ...
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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. The Funding Centre. The first and best way of finding grants is to subscribe to the Funding Centre.
grants program and one member of ?Family to Family Parramatta?, named Asad, brought this to the group?s attention. They think it would be a great idea to seek $10,000 to improve, formalise and help evaluate their community project through the ?Family to Family Mentoring Pilot Program?. If demonstrated to be effective, their hope is that
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The Seven Pillars of Fundraising TAKEAWAY: You may get by for a while relying on just one or two sources of income, but to ensure your organisation is solid and sustainable in the long-term you need to be drawing from as many sources as possible.
Because the grants avenue is a much harder one for advocacy organisations you will probably have to pursue other fundraising options - you may run a film night, or a raffle, or a benefit gig, for example. The Funding Centre at www.fundingcentre.com.au is a good place to start in working out the fundraising options open to your group.
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The suggested grants on the Insights page are not relevant to me. The suggested grants are generated according to your Funding Centre preferences. If you would like to update your preferences, go to My Settings. What is the grants calendar? The grants calendar is an essential tool for keeping your grants organised and your tasks on track. It ...
Grants: Top-up grants to eligible small businesses and non-profit organisations will be available under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements. This program is uncapped and means that businesses and organisations that have sustained damage as a result of the fires can access up to $50,000 in grant funding (tax free).
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