During these unprecedented times, it has never been more important to support local. Grant makers in New Zealand are predominantly known for supporting local projects, their granting reflects the values and priorities that are promoted to the community. It is proven that actions speak louder than words, so I ask whether these values and priorities are reflected by the actions taken to implement a granting system. Grant Management Systems have quite literally been designed so that applications can be received and reviewed from anywhere in the world – this also allows grant makers to have a variety of different granting systems to choose from. The world is completely connected with the click of a button. Supporting local projects is at the top of the list for granting priorities, but it should also be at the top of the list for granting system priorities, and here’s why...
Our system is developed in partnership with and for Community Trusts, Foundations, and Gaming Trusts. The system covers functionality that is kept up to date with the latest Government regulations and is built with the sole focus that Kiwis can effectively manage their granting.
A local granting system ensures any support that’s needed will be there as soon as you need it. Our business hours are your business hours, this allows for efficient response times, making sure your day is spent doing what you do best.
Our business revolves around the kiwi way of life, system updates are done outside of business hours! There is no need to worry about regular server maintenance happening during the most productive time of day.
We understand the importance of local businesses, by supporting us you are supporting local in more than one way. Funds are put back into our local economy, which is needed now more than ever.
When prioritising the list of ‘must haves’ for a Grant Management System, remember your organisation’s values and priorities can also be reflected in the implementation of your granting system!
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