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200 resources ... and then some more!

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:

  • Our next edition of Grants Management Intelligence shares the wisdom derived from the lively series of Table Hotspots staged during the 2016 AIGM Grantmaking in Australia Conference in March. The best tips, ideas and advice across a range of topics will feature.
  • Our full 2015 Grants in Australia Survey report is set to appear, containing up-to-date data, key findings and our recommendations drawn from more than 1350 survey responses.
  • The Story So Far is a major, in depth examination of grantmaking trends spanning from our first Grants in Australia Survey in 2006 right through to our 2013-14 survey. It provides eight key findings from our surveys and is an invaluable resource for funders.

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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