Updated Feb 27, 2020CLOSED
|Focus Areas||Entrepreneurship (Economic Growth and Trade)|
Citizen Participation (Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance)
Gender Equity (Gender)
The award is open ONLY to registered not-for-profit groups, associations, non-governmental organizations, faith- or community-based organizations. The groups must be well established, operating for at least one year, and have a history of accomplishments.
We CANNOT fund or sponsor government schools, prizes for school competitions, individuals, private or for-profit businesses, company start-up costs, direct employee compensation or one-time events.
Recipients can demonstrate their commitments by either contributing to the project financially, or providing labor or supplies to carry out the project. Cost-sharing is not required but highly encouraged.
Proposals involving U.S. Alumni will receive preference during the review process.
|Planned Usage of Funds|
Organize logistics, present information, and host a series of events or educational/cultural sessions, each focused on at least one of the priority areas listed above. Additionally: