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Your program mission is to make a difference––whether it’s through empowerment, community transformation or to change lives for the better. But, this is no easy task and it can be a whirlwind of complexity.
As organisations around the world move toward greater accessibility in the grantmaking process, it’s important to understand just how important this mission is, and how to provide equal equal access and opportunity to people with diverse abilities.
On paper, the grantmaking lifecycle can look pretty straightforward. But, as every grantmaker knows well, it’s rarely so routine. Here are some tips on automating your processes to streamline your grants management lifecycle.
Work smarter, not harder––that is our mantra for 2021. Our goals might sound similar to yours: grow more, streamline processes, do more with less. And we’re busy making sure that our software makes it easy for you to work smarter, too.
Over the last year, we’ve released many new features to make our grant management software the best in the market. Here are some of the highlights.
The review process for your grant program is an exciting journey. And, it doesn’t have to be stressful. The Good Grants leaderboard provides a flexible and transparent application review tool that nets good grant decisions.
A user-friendly and personalised grant application experience can increase submissions –and their quality, and it can grow your program and differentiate your organisation from others like it.
Here are five best practices to ensure you’re offering a great grantseeker experience.
Tagging is an extremely useful (and popular!) grants management software feature that allows you to add reference information to specific applications in Good Grants.
When it comes to running a successful grants or funding program, integrity is a critical success factor.
Application assessment is a critical phase of the grant lifecycle. And that’s why Good Grants provides an entire suite of tools, featuring five powerful review modes that offers grantmakers both the flexibility to create an assessment process as unique as their grant program and the efficiency of a streamlined system so they can save time doing it.