EWMI ACCESS inviting Applications for Act Now / Rapid Response Grant Program (Georgia)
EWMI ACCESS invites Georgian Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), civic movements, and citizen groups to apply to Act Now / Rapid Response Grants to respond to the COVID-19 crisis in a timely manner.
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These grants are designed to rapidly deploy flexible resources to organizations and civic activists to take civic action and:
Minimize the threat/spread of COVID-19 in Georgia;
Provide critical support to disproportionately impacted and/or at-risk communities;
Facilitate inter-sectoral cooperation to help strengthen/scale up national response efforts and/or;
Address other significant aspects of the COVID-19 crisis as efficiently as possible.
Act Now / Rapid Response Grants can be requested at any time. Applicants must demonstrate that the proposed intervention is critical and that it must happen quickly to be effective. Considering the urgency of the issue, EWMI ACCESS will processed the grant applications quickly – within 3 to 7 days.
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Amount of Act Now Grant: Min. $500 – Max. $5,000
Duration of Projects: Min. 2 Weeks – Max. 2 months
Act Now / Rapid Response Grants program will NOT fund:
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Direct service provision, including humanitarian assistance services
Regular office running costs (e.g. rent, utility bills, staff salaries)
Organizations with a budget of over $200,000
There are two different funding arrangements for registered CSOs and for unregistered movements and civic activists:
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Registered CSOs must submit standard grant budgets detailing their expenses
Unregistered movements and citizen groups must submit a list of goods/services needed to implement their initiatives, costs by goods/services, and a list of vendors who can provide those goods/services
For more information, visit http://ewmi-access.org/act-now-rapid-response-grant-program/