What is GRASP’s purpose?

At GRASP, we are committed to contributing to Romania’s development by connecting human capital with ideas. Our global and local projects are developed around topics of great importance for Romania and the diaspora such as active citizenship, knowledge transfer and public policies.

What are GRASP’s local chapters?

GRASP is organised into a federation of Local Chapters. The chapters organise events and develop new initiatives of local relevance to the network of Romanian professionals in their area. They also run projects that aim to contribute to the development of underserved areas in Romania.

Who does GRASP work with?

Collaboration is at the heart of everything we do at GRASP, and has been since we were established in 2008. Our mission is to actively contribute to the constant modernisation and development of Romania, and our goals can be achieved only by working with others. Global partnerships are critical to our success in scaling, reaching more cities, and working on fun and purpose-driven projects that bring the community closer together. Whether through a grant, an employee engagement effort, or other initiative, we work together with corporates, governments, charitable foundations and individuals to maximise our impact, while meeting our shared value goals.

How do I make a complaint?

We truly hope that you are happy with the service that our global or local team provides and that you’ll have no reason to complain – however if there is something that you are unhappy with, we’d like you to tell us about it so that we can try to resolve this for you. Just contact us via email at grasp@mygrasp.org or in writing to the following address: GRASP, Strada Povernei nr. 6, sector 1, București, Romania. Responses will take no longer than 30 working days.

How can I make a suggestion?

We always welcome positive feedback. If you can help us improve what we’re doing then we want to hear from you. Just send us an email at grasp@mygrasp.org.

How can I apply to start a GRASP Local Chapter?

You can visit our Get Involved page to learn about becoming a Local Chapter leader and request an application form.