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United States: Applications for Resiliency & Emergency Response Grant Programme

United States: Applications for Resiliency & Emergency Response Grant Programme


Deadline: 19-Mar-21

The Internet Society Foundation is seeking applications for the Resiliency & Emergency Response Grant Programme to help communities enhance preparedness and build Internet resiliency when faced with adverse events such as national disasters.

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Early Grant Information for NGOs

The Emergency Response Programme provides funding to organizations working on projects that utilize the Internet to improve lives during or in response to an emergency situation. In 2021, the Foundation’s focus will be on projects that continue to respond to COVID-19 by connecting vulnerable and disproportionally affected communities to the Internet.

Objectives

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Provide urgent support to produce lasting, positive outcomes in response to a regional or global emergency.
Help ensure the success of existing Internet-based initiatives and/or help create new ones that encourage long-term resiliency.
Funding Information

Grants of $250,000 to $500,000 USD will be awarded for projects lasting up to 12 months.
Eligibility Criteria

In order to receive funding from the Internet Society Foundation, all applicants must meet the following basic requirements. Organizations must:

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Be legally registered in their country.
Have an official bank account in their name (based on their legal registration).
Be equivalent to a United States public charity (or a “501c3” organization).
Before awarding funds to any organization, the Foundation will verify this equivalency.
To better understand how this equivalency determination is made.
Selection Criteria

Organizations will be asked in the online application form to:

Demonstrate previous experience in managing grants of at least US$250,000 within a one-year period. Experience in managing subawards to local groups is desirable as well.
Clearly articulate how the proposed project directly addresses a connectivity issue for vulnerable and disproportionately affected communities.
Articulate how this solution is regional (meaning multiple countries in one geographic region) or global (meaning multiple regions around the world) in nature.
For more information, visit https://www.isocfoundation.org/grant-programme/resilience-emergency-response-grant-programme/

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