Call for Proposals: MADRE’s VIVA Girl Grant Programme 2020 (up to $20,000)
Deadline: February 10, 2020
Proposals are invited for the MADRE’s VIVA Girl Grant Programme 2020. MADRE’s VIVA Girls Initiative’s first-ever open call for grants supports the leadership, power, creativity, and organizing of girls around the world!
Are you a girl or young woman with an idea for making change in your community? A girl or young woman with a group or an initiative in your community that is organizing to achieve the change you envision? An organization that runs a community-based initiative with programming by and for girls? Apply for this VIVA Girl Grant.
- MADRE supports initiatives through grants (financial support) of $100 to $20,000 US dollars.
- They provide flexible financial support that can be used for general support and/or projects, to be used over a period of 12 months. At month 9, they will review progress with the grantees (successful applicants) to discuss possible project and funding renewal.
- Be a community-based group or individual that:
- Works with girls and young women (up to age 30) who identify as Afro-descendant, disabled, Indigenous and/or LGBTIQ, and those from communities confronting climate crisis, war, conflict, disaster and their aftermath.
- Is based in VIVA Girls geographic regions: Africa, Asia, Middle East, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Pacific.
- Is looking for financial support (a grant) for a community project that works to meet immediate needs and also creates solutions to community challenges.
- Has an annual operating budget under $100,000 US dollars.
- Plans to implement, or is currently implementing work that aims to:
- Build a Just Peace – preventing, surviving, and recovering from war, to create lasting peace.
- Advance Climate Justice – defending against climate crisis and advocating for just economic and environmental policies.
- End Gender Based Violence – confronting abuses and creating protections for women, girls, and LGBTIQ people.
In addition to meeting all of the above criteria, priority will be given to:
- Community-based groups or individuals that:
- Are led by people who identify as girls or young women (up to age 30).
- Are applying for grants (financial support) for the first or second time with little or no access to funding from larger donors.