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A variety of grants for individuals and business owners. 

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Thank you for your interest in applying for the Covid-19 Young Leaders Fund (CYLF). This is a programme designed to support young leaders who are tackling the Covid-19 pandemic on the frontlines.  Please read this page carefully before applying for a grant or emailing our team with your questions. We recommend taking all of the guidance into account before you submit your proposal.  The deadline for applications is  31st August , at 5pm BST. Good luck! Eligibility Focussed on the SDG’s with a clear connection to combatting Covid-19, for example: SDG 3: producing medical supplies to tackle the infection or symptoms of the virus SDG 4: providing resources to disadvantaged children to support the continuation of education during school closures SDG 5: protecting victims of domestic violence during lockdown SDG 6: providing sanitation resources to help prevent the spread of the virus SDG 8: creating...
Jul 01, 2021
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In 2001 Front Line Defenders launched its Protection Grants programme, to provide rapid and practical financial support to human rights defenders at risk. Protection Grants can pay for provisions to improve the security and protection of human rights defenders and their organisations including, but not limited to: improving physical security of an organisation or individual, digital security and communication security; supporting legal fees for HRDs who are being judicially harassed; paying for medical fees for HRDs who have been attacked or who have suffered a medical condition as a result of their peaceful human rights activities; providing family assistance for imprisoned HRDs or family members who are at risk because of a HRD's activities. Grants are for amounts up to a maximum of €7,500. Click Here to Submit a Secure Application Front Line Defenders does not provide funding for:...
Jul 01, 2021
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There is a great shortage of funds to support feminist scholars and activities. This means that the Feminist Review Trust receives a very large number of applications. Unfortunately we have limited funds and can fund only a small proportion of the applications we receive. So, before you apply please note the type of projects we support and please read the guidance on the completion of the application form. What will the Trust fund? The Trust is excited to receive applications and to fund projects that aim to further gender equality and end oppression. We particularly welcome applications from non-ODEC countries, small activist groups and projects with an intersectional and anti-racist perspective. We seek projects that are transformational and love to fund innovative feminist projects. We are grateful to all the organisations which take the time to submit applications and for the work you do to dismantle the patriarchy! The Feminist Review Trust will  not ...
Jul 01, 2021
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We at the Sexual Violence Research Initiative (SVRI), through our Knowledge for Action to End Violence Against Women and Violence Against Children research grant, support research to improve prevention and response to VAW, VAC and other forms of violence driven by gender inequality in low and middle-income countries – a major public health concern and human rights violation. These grants range from $40 000 to $200 000 over a two-year period. We will consider applications for innovative research that will contribute to the prevention and response of violence against women (VAW), violence against children (VAC) and other forms of violence driven by gender inequality in low and middle-income countries. APPLICATION DETAILS Applications must be made via the  Proposal Central online system , and can be submitted in English, French and Spanish. Watch the  SVRI Research Grant 2022 Information Webinar . IMPORTANT DATES Closing date for...
Jun 29, 2021
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Key points We are looking  for promising and meaningful ideas to connect the unconnected to close the digital divide, highlighting the importance of youth involvement. Deadline for applications is the  31st of July 2021.  The winners will be selected on the  16th of August 2021 . Winning  submissions  will be featured at the Generation Connect Youth Summit. Their creators will also be invited to participate virtually in the event and join the Generation Connect virtual community.  Standout ideas [1] to be featured on “International Youth Day” during The Road to Addis. About the challenge The world today has 1.8 billion young people between the ages of 10 and 24; almost to 90 per cent of whom live in developing countries. Africa’s population is 1.2 billion. Forty-one per cent of its population is below the age of 15; and 19 per cent are between 15 and 24 years old. Young people —...
Jun 29, 2021
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We support startups with innovative solutions in low carbon, circular economy and digitalization for the energy industry. Program objective We support innovative startups in low carbon, circular economy and digitalization technologies for the energy industry when they are in a pre-commercial stage to bring their technological solutions to the market. This is an ideal program for startups ready for pilot trials with real customers, or startups that will reach that stage in less than 1-2 years. This program is aligned with Repsol and the Foundation's commitment to energy transition. What do we offer Non-repayable grants Between 60,000 and 120,000 euros along the acceleration year. We do not ask for any equity or intellectual property. Multidisciplinary mentoring team Two senior mentors, ex Repsol leaders volunteering to help you with your project. Two other mentors, Repsol active professionals, providing technology support and market...
Jun 22, 2021
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What is it about? This second Call for Projects will address mental health issues and challenges of vulnerable young people (ages 15 to 24) in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The coronavirus pandemic and the unprecedented measures that were taken to contain its spread disrupt nearly every aspect of people’s lives. Importantly, specific population groups are showing high degrees of COVID-19-related psychological distress, among other, adolescents and young people. Emotional difficulties among young people are exacerbated by family stress, social isolation, with some facing increased abuse, disrupted education, and more Who is it for? The Call for Projects is intended for organizations only (local, national or international organizations applying for support of local initiatives), individuals cannot apply for funding. For-profit, commercial organizations, hospitals and public bodies are also excluded from funding. Selection criteria How to...
Jun 15, 2021
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The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Diagnostic Development Initiative (DDI) is a two-year, $20M commitment to accelerate research and innovation to advance the collective understanding and detection of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases in order to mitigate current and future outbreaks. AWS is offering AWS Promotional Credits and technical expertise to support the use of AWS services for projects by selected institutions and companies in four program areas: early disease detection, diagnostics, prognosis, and public health genomics. Application Deadline We will accept applications through December 31, 2021, with priority consideration given to applications received before July 31, 2021. DDI Program Support AWS Promotional Credits : Selected DDI program recipients will be eligible to receive AWS Promotional Credits, which we will automatically apply to your AWS account to support your AWS service usage in support of your project. Credits help customers reduce or...
Jun 15, 2021
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The Volant Trust accepts applications from charities in the UK and internationally that demonstrate a strong focus on alleviating social deprivation and helping vulnerable groups who have been particularly impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. Applications for medical equipment and the production or distribution of PPE will also be considered. We acknowledge how much work goes into making an application and the Trustees are keen to help charities as much as possible prior to submitting their request for funding. To help you to determine whether your organisation and project meets our funding criteria we’ve put together an Eligibility Checklist . We also recommend you read our FAQs below before applying. Funding FAQs Do you accept applications from individuals? No, the Volant Trust only accepts applications from registered charities, community interest companies and community organisations. We need funding for equipment. Will you provide funding towards this?...
Jun 11, 2021