Rohit Mehta, Founder and President
Rohit Mehta is the Founder and President of DoGood Fundraising Solutions. A University of Toronto graduate, Rohit has been active in the non-profit sector for 15 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.
Throughout these experiences, Rohit reviewed and assessed over 300 grant applications, and distributed over $60 Million in funding to community-based non-profits, charities, and grassroots groups.
Rohit brings an additional five years of frontline experience working in fundraising roles with several non-profit and charitable organizations, and has spent over a decade volunteering with charities in leadership and Board Member roles.
Roman Gaite, Finance and Administrative Assistant
Roman Gaite is the Finance and Administrative Assistant at DoGood Fundraising Solutions, working closely with the president and advising on finance and operations. His main duties involves issuing contracts, invoicing, accounts payable and receivable, and improving business processes to boost efficiency.
He is currently a student at Sheridan College pursuing a Bachelors of Business Administration in Finance diploma. With 10+ years of combined customer service experience in high-volume environments, he brings experience in sales, product engagement, and conflict resolution. Throughout his education Roman has balanced work, projects and volunteerism while still maintaining excellent grades.
While completing his studies, Roman is also working part time as a support staff at Sheridan College.
Manreet Lachhar, Grant Writing Coordinator
Manreet Lachhar is our Grant Writing Coordinator at DoGood Fundraising. Her main focus is working alongside the President and clients to write, edit, and review grant applications, ensuring they have strong narratives and are in accordance with funder specifications. Some of her other duties include contributing to fund information sessions and writing blog posts for the company’s website.
Manreet graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2018 with an Honours BA in English. She got her start in the non-profit sector working for the Community Foundation of Mississauga in summer of 2019 and became a dedicated volunteer of the organization after. She currently sits on their Speakers Breakfast Planning Committee and was awarded the committee’s Most Outstanding Volunteer of 2020.