With the latest batch of resources to hit the Australian Institute of Grants Management (AIGM) website, we've reached a significant milestone.
We now have some 200 grantmaking resources - including templates, helpsheets, reports, best practice guides and other overviews - available to AIGM members and site users.
New helpsheets cover a wide range of topics, including:
GMI; major reports on their way
Meanwhile, our GMI scribes are putting the final touches on three publications set to be released before the end of May:
Publications will be either sent directly to members, or made available to them via the AIGM website.
Not a member? Now might be a great time to sign up!.
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