Information on this page shows data from our last three full years of grantmaking (1st January 2019 – present).
Support to the LIN Center’s 2019 annual cross-sector conference “Partnerships, Impact, Sustainability”
Coordination of community response to effects of Covid-19 on vulnerable groups in Koh Phangan and Koh Samui, and exploration of a longer-term structure for promoting cooperation, solidarity and local philanthropy etc.
To build on pemaknaan approach to learning and measurement, as a way to understand the role of small grants in achieving social transformation goals
Supporting a small grants programme for community foundation development in China
Support and small grants programme for community foundation development in China
Promote and grow community philanthropy in Vietnam.
Support for a new information platform, network construction and other programmatic work as the Platform reorients its approach to community philanthropy development.
Using the “Smart Interactions” app to coordinate and support Covid-19 response in the Ukraine
Bridging grant for operational support to OSCF and its Covid-19 response.
To support local civil society in the short and long-term in its response to the effects of Covid-19.
Continuing FIQ’s work with informal youth groups, particularly in light of Covid-19.
Mobilize cross-community response to Covid-19 in short and longer-term.
To respond to Covid-19 in Covasna County by expanding programmes around local values and fruit trees.
Supporting women’s community leadership and individual giving in light of Covid-19
Bridging grant to enable BCF to deliver its Covid-19 response.
To build a stronger and more inclusive Bardejov in the wake of Covid-19
To build connections and foster new relationships between different groups, and to increase solidarity in the Zajecar community post Covid-19.
Social inclusion of new communities in the wake of Covid-19.
To run a small grants programme aiming at supporting local civil society’s response to Covid-19.
Continue FIQ’s work with informal youth groups through its Young Ambassadors programme, and to develop a resource mobilization strategy for FIQ.
Outreach and support to vulnerable groups most affected by Covid-19.
Strengthening social inclusion and protecting minority rights in the context of Covid-19.
Protecting the rights and well-being of most marginalized and vulnerable groups, including rapid response grants, in context of Covid-19
Engage youth groups to build community philanthropy and solidarity in response to challenges associated with Covid-19.
Resource mobilization – in Poland and overseas - as a strategy for community resilience and mobilizing constituencies for women’s rights.
To undertake needs and impact assessments, to better inform the future direction of the organization and its fundraising strategies.
Repeat Vital Signs methodology to identify current community challenges, link with SDGs, and raise issue of migration.
To support community organizing and women’s activism in Slovakia, while also assisting grassroots groups with local feminist resource mobilization strategies.
Further develop the Neighbourhood Initiative Fund, and establish an annual local philanthropy award.
Pilot a new model of skilled volunteering that connects grassroots organizations and Turkish corporations.
Engaging individual citizens in community dialogue and action
Initiating community-driven projects in two disadvantaged communities in Covasna County
Ongoing support for the organizational development of the Gandjabasar Community Foundation.
Emergency support to be used at Moloda Gromada’s discretion given the changing security situation in the Ukraine.
Core and programmatic funds so that the Network can continue supporting local level responses to the conflict in the Ukraine.
Building community cohesion in Lviv between internally displaced people and host communities.
Humanitarian response and longer-term efforts to support the inclusion of refugees from the Ukraine in Stara Zagora.
Support to the foundation as it responds to the effects of war in the Ukraine, with a specific focus on internally displaced people and other vulnerable groups in the Dubno district.
Work with two communities to address current challenges in the context of the conflict in the Ukraine, encouraging citizen participation and engagement.
Support services (legal, advisory, psycho-social, occupational therapy) for adult and children IDPs from Eastern Ukraine.
Inclusion of internally displaced people and support to other vulnerable groups in the Zhytomyr region.
Grants programme to address consequences of the war in Boyarka, with a specific focus on the needs of internally displaced people.
Organization of a seminar to raise the profile of community philanthropy in Brazil.
Outreach and relief work in response to Covid-19 in the Grand’Anse.
Documenting community level responses to Covid-19, including local resource mobilization and solidarity models.
Strengthening community philanthropy for social justice in Florianópolis by building a donor base, and improving ICom's grantmaking and capacity building practices aimed at grassroots groups and movements.
Working with community-based partners to meet short-term needs against the backdrop of Covid-19, while helping create the basis for a more resilient and sustainable local economy in the longer term.
Start-up activities, including piloting local grantmaking to address needs emerging around COVID-19.
Rebuilding livelihoods in the Grand-Anse in the wake of COVID-19.
Small grants and other support to grassroots groups and solidarity networks for Covid-19 response in the periphery of Metropolitan Rio de Janeiro
Participate in immediate Covid-19 emergency response aimed at reaching most vulnerable parts of the community; to support efforts towards a diversified, durable local economy longer-term.
To document the role of grassroots womens groups in Latin America in response to Covid-19.
Strengthening ICom’s capacity to attract, cultivate and maintain local donors as co-investors and owners of their development.
Strengthening community philanthropy on the North Coast of São Paulo
Covering some of MCF’s core costs (including Director’s salary, accounting services, office expenses) until they transition to their new, permanent office.
Start-up activities, including hiring staff and mobilizing local funds.
Start-up activities including piloting local grantmaking.
Staff and operational costs
To pilot a new grantmaking strategy to non-profits which includes training in participative methods for defining goals and strategies.
Rebuilding livelihoods through the Home Factory initiative
To create a virtual story-telling platform that can be used to reach out to new audiences and donors.
Documentation, story-telling and advocacy work aimed at highlighting the Rawa model and experiences of participatory grantmaking.
Proposed grant activity:Institutional support for building local philanthropy and programme / grantmaking activities
Increase outreach around, and participation in, the Diaspora Solidarity Programme, and to support some core costs (salaries, communications and staff professional development).
To co-create the conditions, with community partners, for mutually sustained emergent cooperatives and community models that manifest and contribute to community transformation.
To support a delegation from Tewa to attend the September 2019 Prospera Asia-Pacific Regional Convening in Thailand.
Supporting Guwahati’s urban poor in both the short and longer terms against the backdrop of Covid-19.
Continuation of efforts to explore and support the development of the community foundation concept with Keystone Foundation’s partners.
Support for immediate and longer-term community-based responses to Covid-19 among marginalized sexual minority groups and sex workers.
Small grants to grassroots women’s groups in Nepal to respond to socio-economic impacts of Covid-19.
Conducting an initial feasibility study for building local giving, and organizing pilot fundraising activities.
Building on previous efforts to pilot community philanthropy approach among CBO partners; building local donor base for FST.
Continuation of establishment of institutionalized systems for the development of community philanthropy amongst the Dalit communities in Bihar
To strengthen local resource mobilization efforts and expand work on community centres for women and girls.
Ongoing efforts to explore and support development of community foundation concept among Keystone Foundation’s area centres in Tamil Nadu.
Institutional development (including local resource mobilization and participatory processes).
To support and document community-based partner organizations’ response to Covid-19 lockdown and impacts on social cohesion.
Response to effects of Covid-19 and building community resilience through community philanthropy in Tharaka Nithi county.
Flexible support for Covid-19 response
Continue building community philanthropy, as TLC and its community responds to Covid-19.
Support to Covid-19 Relief Fund to target most vulnerable members of community in urban centres, farms and fishing villages of Western Cape.
Responding to Covid-19 with a particular focus on vulnerable groups, and rebuilding livelihoods in the long-term.
Fostering community philanthropy in Kabale Municipality, including for Covid-19 response.
Mapping of priorities and needs for organizations focusing on women and girls in Francophone West Africa, to inform the work of the new Pananetugri Fund.
To explore the feasibility of community philanthropy in the DRC and small grants to women’s groups
Operational and programme support – COVID-19
To assess the potential of community philanthropy as a driver for sustainable change
To support the incubation of a community foundation in the Bergrivier municipal area, particularly in the aftermath of Covid-19.
Operational and programme support for WCCF’s Covid-19 response in rural communities in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.
To document stories of giving in Tanzania during the COVID-19 pandemic
To produce a study on DOCKDA’s support of grassroots womens’ organizations, with the goal of attracting more funding - local and otherwise - to these groups.
To continue promoting and strengthening community philanthropy in the Bulilima and Mangwe districts.
Continuation of work to establish community endowment funds as part of wider efforts to promote and demonstrate community philanthropy among a range of audiences in Zambia and internationally
Building capacity of SCAT grantee partners to write their own stories for publication in a book.
Support for start-up activities, including grantmaking
To conduct a study on the potential of community philanthropy in Burkina Faso.
Participatory community asset mapping exercise to lay groundwork for an innovative, long-term and holistic development strategy for the community of Naledi Village
Developing new programme “Omutima Omugabi” (A Heart that Gives) to encourage conversations around, and build the practice of, community philanthropy in Uganda.
Bridging support for APN’s operations and programmatic activities.
Exploration of community philanthropy activities in Western Uganda
To promote community philanthropy in Tanzania with a cluster of civil society organization partners including the foundation itself
Responding to Covid-19 in Duisburg, with a particular focus on vulnerable groups.
Support for alternative income generation activities with and for Bedouin communities, especially women.
Covid-19 response with specific focus on reaching vulnerable communities.
To work with migrants and the elderly to establish new community gardens in Canavese, overcoming isolation post Covid-19 lockdown.
To test local resource mobilization strategies in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia.