How to select the Right Tier of the Good Financial Grant Practice (GFGP) Standard

How to select the Right Tier of the Good Financial Grant Practice (GFGP) Standard

If you are a charity, NGO, Higher Education or Research Institution completing a Pre - Certification Assessment for your organization:

Go for Bronze if..

Go for Silver if..

Go for Gold if..

Go for Platinum if..

You operate in one region or city within a single country

You operate across several regions or cities within a single country

You operate across several countries

Have a mission which requires longer term financial sustainability

Have fewer than five funding sources

Have between five and ten funding sources

Have between ten and twenty funding sources

You are a charity, INGO, NGO, Research or Higher Education Institution that can forecast a regular source of income over the long term, from one or several grantors or from your own investments

Run fewer than five programmes per year

Run between five and ten programmes per year

Run between ten and twenty programmes per year

Your regular income covers a significant portion of your annual operating costs

You get most of your funding from large NGOs and charities rather than directly from major state funders or philanthropic donors

You get most of your funding from large NGOs and charities rather than directly from major state and philanthropic funders

You receive some funding directly from state funders or philanthropic donors

 

 

 

You run programmes considered as complex, e.g.: multiple interconnected projects and grants involving several stakeholders

You run programmes considered as complex, e.g.: multiple interconnected projects and grants involving several stakeholders

 

 

You classify yourself as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)

You classify yourself as a either an International Non-Governmental Organization (INGO), a national NGO, a Higher Education Institution or a Research institution

 

 

 

You are a sub grantee, where you award grants on behalf of large state or philanthropic funders to other charities or institutions

 

 

 

You regularly sell services or products to raise funds

 


If you are a funder requesting a charity, NGO, Higher Education or Research Institution to complete Pre-Certification Assessment for grant funding:

 Request Bronze if..

Request Silver if..

Request Gold if..

Request Platinum if..

Your funding will be spent  in just one region or city within a single country

Your funding will be spent in several regions or cities within a single country

Your funding will be spent across several countries

You are funding an organization which has a mission that requires longer term financial sustainability

You are one of fewer than five funding sources for this organization

This organization has between five and ten funding sources

This organization has between ten and twenty funding sources

You are giving funds to a charity, INGO, NGO, Research or Higher Education Institution that can forecast a regular source of income over the long term, from one or several grantors or from investments

The organization runs fewer than five programmes per year

The organization runs between five and ten programmes per year

The organizations runs  between ten and twenty programmes per year

You are giving to an organization that has a regular income which covers a significant portion of its annual operating costs

If this organization gets most of its funding from large NGOs and charities rather than directly from major state funders or philanthropic donors

If this organization gets most of its funding from large NGOs and charities rather than directly from major state funders or philanthropic donors

If this organization regularly receives funding directly from state funders or philanthropic donors

 

 

 

Your funding is to support programmes considered as complex, e.g.: multiple interconnected projects and grants involving several stakeholders

Your funding is to support programmes considered as complex, e.g.: multiple interconnected projects and grants involving several stakeholders

 

 

The organization you are funding classifies itself as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)

The organization you are funding classifies itself as either a national NGO, an International Non-Governmental Organization (INGO), a Higher Education Institution or a Research institution

 


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