New Strategies and Approaches in Grant Writing

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Webinar with Rohit Mehta

New Strategies and Approaches in Grant Writing


Rohit Mehta – Founder of DoGood Fundraising

The funding landscape for nonprofit organizations is continuously evolving, as are approaches to grant writing and successfully securing funding from foundations, corporations and government. Is your organization keeping up?

In this free webinar, join Rohit Mehta, Founder & Lead Consultant at DoGood Fundraising – a social enterprise dedicated to finding, writing, and training Canadian organizations on grants – to explore new strategies and approaches in grant writing. We will start by discussing the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and how this new technology can be used as a tool to support your grantseeking. In this session, Rohit will also highlight trust-based philanthropy, and changes that have occurred in grantmaking since the COVID-19 pandemic. This is an opportunity to learn from experts in grant writing, who have worked to successfully raise funds with and for charities and nonprofits of all sizes across Canada.

About the Speaker

Company founder Rohit Mehta has been active in the nonprofit and charitable sector for almost 20 years. He was appointed to a five-year term with the grant review team of the Ontario Trillium Foundation, and served a two-year term with the grant Review Committee of the Ministry of Children and Youth Services’ Youth Opportunities Fund. Rohit has reviewed and assessed over 300 grant applications and was instrumental in distributing over $60 million in funding to community-based nonprofits, charities and grassroots groups.

In 2019, he started DoGood Fundraising to support organizations who are doing good work. Today the company has a national scope and serves the charitable sector as well as for-profits. $13 million has been successfully raised to-date. 

Rohit has an extensive background in grant writing, prospect research, program development, and evaluation. He is frequently called upon as a speaker among the charity sector and social innovation institutions. He’s a critical thinker who challenges the status quo, and believes that we have the power to transform society and create a better world.

This webinar is presented in partnership with Keela and Imagine Canada’s Grant Connect.

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