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|Free of charge||Success Fees $|
|Join our mailing list||✓||To be provided with information on suitable grants as they open, please email us at email@example.com or contact us here.|
|Grant Advice||✓||To be provided with general or specific advice on grants prior to applying, anytime, regardless if we write the grant or otherwise. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us here.|
Success fee, only payable if the grant application we write on your behalf is successful. In other words, we do not charge as most consultants do based on the time spent on a grant application. Thus we wear the risk of an unsuccessful application and are incentivised to win the grant for the benefit of both of us.
$75 + 15% of the grant $ won + GST.
E.g. our fees for a successful $10,000 grant would be $1,732.50 including GST i.e. = $75 + (15% of $10,000.00 = $1,500.00) = $1,575.00 + GST of $157.50 = $1,732.50.For almost all grants won for over $20,000, our fees are capped and calculated as if you had won a grant of no more than $20,000 (capped fees). e.g. we win a $50,000 grant for you, our fees are calculated as if the grant won was for $20,000. This is confirmed with you or otherwise prior to applying. Even if our fees were not capped at $20,000 for a specific grant, then it is very unlikely that our success fees would continue at the same rate.
Our grant writing success fees cannot usually be paid out of the grant funds received. We will let you know if ever otherwise.
|Engaging with us||✓||There are no formal contracts to sign. If you would like to engage us this is done on a grants by grants basis with a simple email. It is all very quick and easy to enable us to get on with winning grants for you. There is no ongoing commitment. Please email us at email@example.com or contact us here.|
|Acquittal work||✓||For grants written by us, work that we do after a grant has been won to help you acquit the grant is included within the success fees, for example helping prepare grant acquittal documentation to prove that the project has been completed and that the grant funds have been spent as applied for.|