The mission of Strategic Grants is to enable nonprofit organisations to establish sustainable, cost-effective grant-seeking strategies to deliver projects that fulfil their organisational missions.
Thier vision is to build the capacity of nonprofit organisations to apply strategic thinking to their service delivery and fundraising programs.
Ethics - They pride themselves on being professional, open, honest, high-quality services and communication.
Knowledge - Effective grants strategies are based on the most up-to-date knowledge of funders and the clients' needs.
Passion - They are passionate about helping to build the capacity of the nonprofit sector to become sustainable.
Teamwork and Collaboration - The team works together to ensure clients receive the best outcomes and feel that they are in partnership with us.
Point of difference: they want the charity to fulfil its mission
The Strategic Grants team is not just a group of consultants. they are a team of professionals, all of whom have a heart for the charitable sector and the multitude of causes that the charity partners exist to support. As such, all of the services are customised to ensure that a relevant and strategic approach is applied to the grant-seeking activity.
They are a dedicated team of fundraisers who believe strategic thinking and relationship building are essential to success.
They have nearly 20 years of success in helping nonprofits secure funding, ranging from $1,000 community grants to $50 million government tenders.
They are more than just grant writers or database providers; they work with nonprofits to put in place the right processes, tools and support to ensure their grant-seeking is effective and sustainable.
They help grant-seekers:
By doing the research for you, and providing you with details of just those opportunities that are relevant to the funding needs
To keep on top of ever-changing deadlines and guidelines, via GEMS, the Grants Expertise Management Systems
To develop skills and build the organisation’s capacity
With services that suits the unique needs, be it advice, application critiquing or writing.
They collaborate with grant-makers:
To share up-to-date information to non-profit organisations who are eligible to apply
To provide advice and skills to their prospective applicants.See more