Applications Open for Girls Projects 2018 in Germany!

Deadline: 20 February 2018

filia’s Girls’ Council is currently accepting proposals for ideas and plans for Girls projects 2018.

The Girls’ Council currently consists of 12 young women between the ages of 15 and 22 who are very different. They suggest to the board of trustees of filia which girls’ projects in Germany should be supported. The projects should do something to help girls and young women to live free of violence and to have a say in society. The projects are made by girls and / or women for girls and young women.

Grant Information

filia supports projects that make girls strong with up to € 5,000.

Eligibility Criteria                  

  • Applicants can apply for organizations that are recognized as charitable in Germany.
  • Each organization can only apply for one project.
  • The projects that are applied for must be led by girls or women.
  • The project is for a group of girls and / or young women (age limit is 30 years). The more achieved, the better.
  • Girls and / or young women who are disadvantaged for a number of reasons – not just because they are female, but also because they have a different skin color or belief than most because their families come from another country because they have one Impairment or falling in love with other women – play a crucial role in the project.
  • Girls and / or young women are involved in the project – they can implement their own ideas and suggestions and determine what is being done. Or they even do the project themselves – they have the idea, organize or direct themselves. Such projects are best found.
  • The project empowers girls and / or young women so that they can work to live free of violence – and / or play an important role in society and decide for themselves. Girls notice what they can do, they learn something that makes them more independent, freer and knows their rights.
  • They would also like to support projects that empower girls and / or young women in dealing with money so they can know better and make their own decisions.
  • Creative things can be done in the project, such as art, culture, film, radio, photography, painting, dancing, exercise, sports, etc. The own perspective of girls and young women counts.
  • It is important to that something of the project remains and that it has a longer-term effect.
  • The project should also shine in public and raise awareness of the life situations of girls and young women.

How to Apply

Applicants must download the application form via given website.

Eligible Country: Germany

For more information, please visit Girls Projects 2018.

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