Large organisations are winning small grants as well as big ones, pressure is building on local government grants budgets, and a huge amount of effort is being wasted on grant applications that are started and never finished.
Hot on the heels of the Australian Institute of Grants Management (AIGM)'s Grantmaking in Australia Conference, the latest edition of Grants Management Intelligence aims to equip you with the latest thinking on quick response grants, a tool increasingly used by funders wanting a quick impact with minimum fuss.
Two leaders from the US based Women Moving Millions will visit Australia for events in Sydney and Melbourne in November.
Help the AIGM plan a relevant, responsive 2017 Grantmaking in Australia Conference.
AIGM releases its 2016-17 Grants Reform Agenda, providing a summary of our past milestones as well as a glimpse into the future - including the continued roll-out of CLASSIE.
Around 20 new help sheets have arrived on the AIGM website, including a special series of resources drawn from the 2016 Grantmaking in Australia Conference
A couple of great little grantmaking reads from the US, including some good news for a past Grantmaking in Australia Conference presenter
New resources have arrived, while GMI and important reports are on their way!
QUT's Giving Australia survey has opened, with philanthropists and philanthropic grantmakers invited to take part.
Another batch of help sheets join the AIGM's ever-expanding knowledge base of tools and resources
Three new grantmaking and philanthropy-related articles worth reading.
New helpsheets have appeared on the AIGM website in recent weeks - with more soon to come.
Key findings from the 2015 Grants in Australia Survey have been revealed in the latest Grants Management Intelligence.
Alternatives to Councillor Discretionary Grants - or "ward funds" - will be the focus of a panel session at the 2016 Tribal Gathering for Local Government Grantmakers.
In the third and final of our features spotlighting Grantmaking in Australia Conference concurrent session presenters, we welcome Brett de Hoedt.
In the second of our features spotlighting Grantmaking in Australia Conference concurrent session presenters, we welcome Narelle Clark.
A popular part of every Grantmaking in Australia Conference are the concurrent sessions. In coming days we will spotlight our session presenters, beginning with Dr Jennifer Whelan.
Shifts in the sector first examined at the 2014 Grantmaking in Australia Conference will be revisited in 2016 as we look at the trends that are "disrupting grantmaking".
New article on the Open Democracy website looks at how collective giving is changing the grantmaking landscape
As part of the 2016 Tribal Gathering for Local Government Grantmakers, the AIGM is pleased to welcome Rebekah Forman from New Zealand's Auckland Council.
The Australian Institute of Grants Management (AIGM) is excited to welcome Kate Carruthers as a keynote speaker for the 2016 Grantmaking in Australia Conference.
Want to improve your grantmaking? Then don't miss the June 2017 edition of Grants Management Intelligence.
The new Grants in Australia survey reveals plenty of things you can do right now to improve your grants process.
IN every survey we've ever done, grantseekers have said the most annoying thing about applications is a lack of, or poor, feedback from grantmakers.
At the Grantmaking in Australia 2017 conference, a hot-spot talk about core funding highlighted the lack of agreement about standards, or even what should be included in core costs.