Friends of Mongolia announced Spring 2019 Community Grant Application

Deadline: 1 March 2019

Friends of Mongolia (FOM) is currently inviting Mongolia Based Volunteers and Community Organizations for its Spring 2019 Community Grant Application.

The Friends of Mongolia Community Development Grant program provides financing for small community-based projects in Mongolia and the United States that further education, cultural exchange, and community development between both countries. These grants provide a small amount of funding that can go a long way do to things like repair a school, start market gardens, upgrade a community IT center, and support women in small businesses.

Community projects generally do not attract the kind of funding on offer from large multi-lateral or bi-lateral donors, and modest community-based programs struggle to find appropriate funding to support their program goals. The FOM Community Development Grant program is intended to address these issues. This program was inspired by the Small Project Assistance (SPA) grant program that has been used by many Peace Corps Volunteers to help their communities. The Friends of Mongolia grant program began in 2006 with a grant to the National Center Against Violence and a 2007 grant to the Gobi Radio Project. All FOM Community Development Grants are community initiated and implemented.

How to Apply

Interested applicants can download the editable PDF application form via given website.

Eligible Country: Mongolia

For more information, please visit http://friendsofmongolia.org/2019/spring-2019-community-grant-application-2019/

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