The Eastern Europe Foundation, with the support of the European Union and Sweden, announces a grant competition to support consortia of CSOs that promote employment for vulnerable groups.
As a result of the competition, at least 30 local CSOs will receive financial support. These organisations will be able to create consortia aimed at developing innovative inclusive employment services for vulnerable groups and creating opportunities for their social and professional inclusion. In addition, this approach will allow smaller CSOs to establish cooperation with larger, well-established organisations.
The total amount allocated for this grant competition is €500,000. The maximum amount granted per project (consortium) will not exceed €50,000. The duration of the projects will be at least 20 months.
The deadline for proposals is 21 February.
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