The EU-funded programme ‘House of Europe’ calls for NGOs working in the cultural sector in Ukraine to support them with grants on infrastructure to boost local cultural life.
The successful applicants will receive from €5,000 to €10,000 on furniture, gadgets, and equipment to organise a modern public space or carry out projects to revitalise their cities or villages. Besides, one member of the team will receive an honorarium for the management of the grant — up to 5% of the overall sum.
Learn about the pitfalls and ask your question to the grant managers — join the live stream of Facebook on 26 October at 16.00.
The deadline to submit the applications is 2 November.
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