Competition “Culture. The Community” in Ukraine
The International Renaissance Foundation (IRF) in the framework of the project ” EU4USociety” in cooperation with the European Union announces a competition “Culture. The Community” to provide additional support to initiatives and projects in the field of culture, which are able to attract funds from citizens through crowdfunding.
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The priority of the competition is to support cultural initiatives that attract community funds and have a social impact.
The maximum amount that the Fund will co-finance under this initiative is UAH 200,000.
The same organization cannot claim support in the total amount of more than 60,000 euros during the implementation of the EU4USociety project (2020-2023).
The participants of the competition are public organizations, unions, associations, societies and other associations registered in accordance with Ukrainian legislation as non-profit or charitable organizations.
The Foundation does not provide grants to political parties, religious communities and individuals.
Grant organizations are responsible for monitoring the implementation of the project and evaluating its results, compliance with communication policies and branding of EU projects. Grant recipient organizations will submit reports on the funds provided by the Fund in accordance with the reporting forms in the format specified by the Fund. Mentoring support (if necessary) can also be organized to prepare crowdfunding campaigns.
To help the organizations selected in the first stage, the Renaissance Foundation together with partners organizes an online workshop on crowdfunding. The winning organizations of the first stage of the competition and the recipients of grants will also be invited to participate in grant meetings and other events organized by the IRF to network, train and strengthen the organizational capacity of EU4USociety project partners.
For more information, visit https://www.irf.ua/contest/konkurs-kultura-spilnota-2/