What sets us apart at The Grants & Funding Institute (the ‘GFI’) is our unique approach to each and every project we take on. Our emphasis on planning and conceptualisation is an important step to gaining an intimate understanding of your project and the specific requirements of the funding programs we are preparing for. This is a step that can be neglected by the time-poor grant writer and is often the difference between a winning and unsuccessful submission.
Our approach is tailored to meet the unique needs of our clients. This will often involve one or more of the following six steps:
- Initial meeting to understand your needs and undertake an eligibility assessment.
- Researching, identifying and qualifying funding sources
- Consultation and planning sessions
- Submission preparation and development of supporting materials
- Final sign-off and lodgement
- Post-funding support
We can also act on your behalf in corresponding with the relevant departmental bodies and lobbying various parties in support of your project.
Contact us to discuss how we might assist you or to understand if you are eligible to apply for funding across a range of programs.
There are many factors that contribute to a winning submission, and sometimes the only difference between a successful and unsuccessful application is the ability to translate your project into a language ‘understood’ by the funding body. Although we cannot guarantee funding success, we can assist you to maximise your chances of a winning submission and show your project in its best light.