Women’s Fund in Georgia: Seeking Applications for Open Door Grants Program 2019

Deadline: 31 December 2019

Women’s Fund in Georgia is seeking applications for its “Open Door Grants Program 2019” that welcomes women’s innovative initiatives.

Participation in the competition can be registered and unregistered groups, which are the main directions of the protection of women and girls’ rights and issues related to them; The Foundation also supports individual or group initiatives of researchers or artists. The geographical focus of the grant program is the capital of Georgia and regions.


  • Young Women’s Initiatives
  • Groups working in the region
  • Start-up groups

Grant Information

The amount of grants amount is 2500 dollars.

Project Evaluation

The main criteria for project evaluation are:

  • Feminist Vision
  • Orientation on Social Change (Women’s Fund will support social change oriented projects – such as activities that lead to long-term and visible changes to human thinking, behavioral norms and cultural values)
  • Innovation

Ineligible Project

Women’s Fund will not fund the following types of projects:

  • Economic-specific projects
  • Services to oriented services (if it does not apply to a marginalized group that is discriminated against by several forms)
  • If the budget or budget of the Women’s Fund is a budgetary bonus or its budget
  • If the project is anti-Semitic, racist, homophobic, fundamentalist, xenophobic and sexist
  • If the project covers Olo Beneficiaries are not women
  • If the applicant has a failed / problematic project funded by the Women’s Fund
  • In case of incomplete application

How to Apply

Interested applicants can download the application form available on the given website.

Eligible Country: Georgia

For more information, please visit https://www.womenfundgeorgia.org/ka/WhatWeDo/Grantmaking/2522

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