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The PHN moves to SmartyGrants for grant project administration

The Hunter New England Central Coast Primary Health Network has moved to SmartyGrants for all grant rounds offered by the PHN.

SmartyGrants is one of the most-used grants administration systems which makes it easy for organisations, community groups and individuals to apply for grants with The PHN and over 500 other grant-offering organisations.

Once an account is created, users have all past grant applications and current grant opportunities at their fingertips.

Communication is directed through SmartyGrants so users will never miss an important email.

Some of the features of SmartyGrants are:

  • Users can save their progress and return to complete applications at a later time or date;
  • Applications are stored online, therefore there is nothing for users to save to their own computer,
  • Users can be certain that a grantmaker has received their application once submitted.
  • Users can collaborate with other colleagues on applications.

Current and future grant applicants do not need to wait until there is a grant to apply for. Users are encouraged to set up their account today and be ready for when funding becomes available.

To set up an account visit THE PHN SMARTYGRANTS website. This page also features the PHN's current open grants.

For more information on SmartyGrants, view the applicant help guide. http://applicanthelp.smartygrants.com.au/help-guide-for-applicants/

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