The EU4USociety project in Ukraine, initiated by the International Renaissance Foundation and funded by the European Union, invites Ukrainian public non-profit or charitable organisations to take part in a competition – ‘Culture. Community’.
The aim is to support cultural initiatives and projects by raising funds from society.
EU4USociety will assess the cultural value of the project and its social impact (including involvement of cross-cutting thematic priorities – human rights, inclusion, gender equality, environmental sustainability, European integration of Ukraine, access to quality education, anti-corruption).
The successful candidates will get up to 200,000 hryvnias to cover half of the expenses for their project. The second half should be raised via a crowdfunding campaign on Spilnokosht or any other platform within six months.
The deadline for applications is 15 May.
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