Grant strategies to build nonprofit capacity

Due to COVID-19, a number of sector events have been postponed or changed to an online virtual event. 

We at Strategic Grants believe in the importance of ongoing professional learning - and will continue to participate in key events, and support our sector. We are proud to be involved in the following learning events, and recommend you get involved also. 


FINZ Virtual Learning Lunch: Grant-Seeking through COVID-19finz

Date: 19 May 2020

Time: 12:00 - 12:45pm

Details: This webinar will take you through the essential steps to ensure continuity of your relationships with your current and prospective grant-making partners. While there has been postponement of some grant rounds, there are many funders who are still granting and are in fact providing greater flexibility with the way funds are used. Is your organisation ready to adapt? Do you have your refreshed list of urgent funding needs, which has no doubt changed significantly from what it was? Attendees will receive a check list of the steps that they must take now, in addition to a strategic and operational checklist to be working on to ensure grant readiness when postponed grant rounds come back online.

A 15-minute Q&A is included in the session.

Hosted by Director of Strategic Grants, Jo Garner


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Grant-Seeking through and beyond COVID-19

Date: Tuesday 26 May, 2020

Time:  11:am - 12pm AEST 

Details: This not to be missed 1 hour webinar will discuss the current state of play when it comes to the funding landscape in Australia and New Zealand right now including, likely changes in the 20/21 Financial Year, and the best practice principles that you must apply to ensure business continuity through this unprecedented and rapidly changing time.

Hosted by Director of Strategic Grants, Jo Garner




 Big4 Fundraising 

28 - 29 October 2020 Big4 website header

Sydney, Australia



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4 - 6 November 2020

Melbourne, Australia