The Global Grant Community changes the broken model by reducing the cost and time required for funders to find trustworthy partners, by assessing a grant receiver’s capabilities using the world’s first international Standard (ARS 1651) for Good Financial Grant Practice (GFGP).
For the first time ever, there is a common global standard for good grant management practice that grant receivers must meet before funders entrust them with their financial grants, bringing rigour and reassurance to even the highest risk funding environments.
As well as building trust with funders, a global standard provides grant receivers with a clear pathway to improve their grant management processes, procedures and policies, making them more attractive to funders.
We launched the Good Financial Grant Practice in 2018 as a global standard to promote transparency and strengthen the governance of grant funding worldwide.
GFGP helps us identify critical gaps in our operations and enables us to realign ourselves to funder requirements as well as improve our operations. This has indeed made us more trustworthy and attractive within the grant community
This "provide once – share with many" functionality of the GGC Portal reduces the time and money that grant makers spend on finding and verifying reliable partners.