Unlock Your Business's Potential with Government Funding
Government funding is a vital component of a successful business strategy. At Asgard Grants, we are dedicated to helping businesses access millions of dollars in grant funding from federal and provincial governments. Each year, these governments allocate billions in non-repayable grants and interest-free loans to support Canadian businesses like yours.
Your Strategic Partner in Grant Funding
With over 25 years of combined grant experience, the Asgard Grants team is your strategic partner in navigating the complex world of government funding. We understand that your business is unique, and we develop funding strategies that complement your planned investments and are tailored to your specific needs.
Grant Program Categories
Asgard Grants categorizes grant programs into six key areas:
Grant Program Categories
Each category includes specific types of projects or investments eligible for funding.
Maximizing Your Funding Potential
Government funding opportunities are vast and diverse, but navigating them can be challenging. Asgard Grants is dedicated to helping you navigate the complexities, ensuring that you don't miss out on valuable funding opportunities.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here a re a list of some frequently asked questions by our clients. if you don’t find the answer you seek, please feel free to contact us.
A successful grant proposal includes a clear project description, a detailed budget, a compelling narrative, evidence and data, alignment with the funder’s priorities, partnerships, and collaboration, as well as evaluation and sustainability plans.
To find grants that align with your goals, research online databases, network with relevant organizations, subscribe to newsletters, and consult with grant professionals.
Common mistakes to avoid include failing to align with the funder’s priorities, submitting incomplete applications, not following guidelines, weak narratives, inadequate budgeting, overpromising, and missing deadlines.
Effectively plan and manage a grant writing project by setting clear objectives, creating a timeline, delegating responsibilities, conducting thorough research, reviewing and revising, and proofreading.
To strengthen your grant application, tailor your proposal to each funder, provide a strong needs statement, engage with the funder, offer evidence to support your proposal, highlight the impact of your project, and use concise and persuasive writing.