Funding Opportunities Overview

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Renovabis GoEast!

GoEast supports a variety of programme formats in the field of European youth exchanges, including programmes for the exchange of professionals. We support events on faith and religion as well as topics such as democracy development, integration of minorities, migration and ecology.

Topics:
Agriculture,Arts & Culture,Democracy,Business,Heritage,Education,Civil Society,Environment, Climate & Energy,Governance,Exchange,Intercultural Awareness,LGBTQ / FLTI,Peacebuilding,Health Care,Inclusion & Welfare,Eastern Europe,Equal opportunities,Globalisation,Human rights,Migration

Eligible to apply:
Individuals, Civil society Organisations,Civil society initiatives ,Educational Associations,Cultural Associations,Non-profit organisations,Municipal bodies,Private Business,Schools,Social Movements,Universities

Subsidy Range:
EUR

F.C. Flick Stiftung

The Friedrich Christian Flick Foundation is working against xenophobia, racism and intolerance. Its goal is to promote tolerance in all areas, culture and the idea of international understanding in order to counteract right-wing extremism and youth violence.

Topics:
Arts & Culture,Democracy,Education,Young People,Civil Society,Intercultural Awareness,LGBTQ / FLTI,Peacebuilding,Tolerance,Eastern Europe,Equal opportunities,Globalisation,Human rights,Migration

Eligible to apply:
Civil society Organisations,Educational Associations,Cultural Associations,Non-profit organisations

Subsidy Range:
EUR

Stiftung Lebendige Stadt

Since the year 2000, the “Lebendige Stadt” Foundation has been successfully working for the future of our cities under the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Alexander Otto. The aim is to preserve the urban diversity of city centers as places where people work, as places where people have their homes, and as places of cultural activity. The work of the Foundation is focused on illumination concepts, green areas, and the creation and design of urban spaces.

Topics:
Arts & Culture,Education,Young People,Civil Society,Environment, Climate & Energy

Eligible to apply:
Individuals, Civil society Organisations,Civil society initiatives ,Educational Associations,Cultural Associations,Non-profit organisations,Municipal bodies,Private Business,Schools,Social Movements,Universities

Subsidy Range:
EUR

Stiftung Deutsch-Russischer Jugendaustausch

The Stiftung Deutsch-Russischer Jugendaustausch gemeinnützige GmbH was founded in 2006 as a public-private partnership. Promoting exchange, achieving recognition, ensuring quality – that is the mission of the foundation. The foundation offers young people throughout Germany the opportunity to get their own picture of Russia, its people, and its culture within the framework of a school, extracurricular or professional exchange, whether in a group or individually.

Topics:
Arts & Culture,Education,Young People,Civil Society,Exchange,Intercultural Awareness,Tolerance

Eligible to apply:
Individuals, Civil society Organisations,Educational Associations,Cultural Associations,Non-profit organisations,Private Business,Schools,Universities

Subsidy Range:
EUR

Prototype-Fund

The Prototype Fund supports ideas in civic tech, data literacy, data security and software infrastructure. With a grant of up to €47.500, software developers, hackers, and creatives can code and develop innovative open source prototypes during a period of six months.

Topics:
Rural Development,Democracy,Civil Society,Urban Development,Inclusion & Welfare,Human rights

Eligible to apply:
Individuals, Civil society Organisations,Civil society initiatives ,Non-profit organisations

Subsidy Range:
47000 EUR

Oak Philantropy Ltd

Oak Foundation is family-led and reflects the vision and values of its founders. In all its work Oak pursues rights-based approaches, gender equality and partnership with the organisations we fund. The foundation supports civil society as a pillar of democracy and justice and nurture innovation and visionary leadership within it. It values diversity both within Oak and among its partners; the foundation seeks to be inclusive, flexible and engage with different points of view. Oak Foundation commits its resources to address issues of global, social and environmental concern, particularly those that have a major impact on the lives of the disadvantaged.

Topics:
Rural Development,Democracy,Education,Young People,Civil Society,Environment, Climate & Energy,Sustainable development,Intercultural Awareness,LGBTQ / FLTI,Tolerance,Health Care,Urban Development,Inclusion & Welfare,Eastern Europe,Equal opportunities,Globalisation,Human rights

Eligible to apply:
Civil society Organisations,Civil society initiatives ,Educational Associations,Cultural Associations,Non-profit organisations,Municipal bodies,Private Business,Schools,Social Movements

Subsidy Range:
21000 EUR

PwC-Stiftung

“The fopundations mission is to create a bridge between cultural and economic education and encourage children and young people to work in both fields – creatively, hands-on, without having to work towards pre-defined results.
For more than ten years, the PwC-Stiftung has been successfully engaged in activities designed to make cultural education accessible to all children and young people in Germany. Held in trust by the Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft (an independent business community initiative promoting science and education), the PwC-Stiftung supports projects that introduce children and young people to the arts and culture.
One of the PwC-Stiftung’s long-term goals is to bridge the divide between economic and cultural education. This starts with offering values-based education in economics. Connections across the two disciplines, economics and culture, are presented hands-on in an easily comprehensible way. The PwC-Stiftung continues to support creative approaches that have a “research-based” disposition. Such approaches are suitable to encourage curiosity in children and young people and activate their desire to learn. Apart from this, the PwC-Stiftung is committed to continue collaborating with schools to address a broad range of beneficiaries.”

Topics:
Arts & Culture,Education,Young People,Intercultural Awareness,LGBTQ / FLTI,Peacebuilding,Tolerance,Migration

Eligible to apply:
Civil society Organisations,Educational Associations,Cultural Associations,Non-profit organisations

Subsidy Range:
50000 EUR

Stiftung Mitarbeit

Founded in 1963 the Stiftung Mitarbeit (foundation for participation) follows the idea of bottom-up democratic development. The primary objective is to encourage people to develop own initiatives and to participate in finding solutions for community tasks and challenges. Therefore, Stiftung Mitarbeit strives to inspire citizens to become politically active, to support non-governmental organizations and self-help groups and to organize dialogues and exchange of views between the political executive and the interest groups of the community. Special attention is directed to promote the social rights of weaker community members and to strengthen democratic responsibility at all levels. Stiftung Mitarbeit contributes to that process by (1) Advice and providing information (2) Seminars, conferences and workshops for active citizenship (3) Publications (4) Pilot schemes for citizen participation in political decision processes (5) Support of projects (6) Initial financial aid for new self-help groups (only in Germany) (7) Internet services for political participation: The Stiftung Mitarbeit was founded by committed members of the society from the academic, political and economic sectors with varying political views. The activities of Stiftung Mitarbeit are independent from political parties.

Topics:
Democracy,Young People,Civil Society,Tolerance,Equal opportunities

Eligible to apply:
Civil society initiatives ,Educational Associations,Cultural Associations,Non-profit organisations,Social Movements

Subsidy Range:
5007000 EUR

Postcode Lotterie DT gGmbH

A german postcode lottery supporting projects since 2016. Fundings focus on projects on environmental protection, equal opportunities and social coherence.

Topics:
Education,Young People,Environment, Climate & Energy,Tolerance,Equal opportunities

Eligible to apply:
Civil society Organisations,Educational Associations,Cultural Associations,Non-profit organisations

Subsidy Range:
30.000 EUR

Open Society Foundation

An international foundation with offices all aroud the world, working towards a vivd and tolerant society, civic rights, democracy, independet media, anti-discrimination and human rights.

Topics:
Democracy,Education,Civil Society,Intercultural Awareness,LGBTQ / FLTI,Peacebuilding,Tolerance,Equal opportunities

Eligible to apply:
Individuals, Civil society Organisations,Civil society initiatives ,Educational Associations,Non-profit organisations

Subsidy Range:
EUR