Grants for projects supporting vulnerable groups of the population

Sector: Other
Type: Grant
Location: Ukraine
Deadline: Finished
Organiser: East Europe Foundation

This is an opportunity to get up to UAH 800,000 per project for vulnerable groups of the population.

Open a therapeutic group for displaced people, launch a series of trainings on psychological support of the population, help recover small businesses that relocated from places of active hostilities, or implement another project that will help Ukrainians survive the war stress. You will have six months to implement the idea in Ukraine.

The competition takes place in frames of the "Phoenix" project, which is implemented by the East Europe Foundation and financed by the EU. This is one of thousands of EU opportunities for Ukraine.

More about the programme

What do I get?
A grant from EUR 400,000 to EUR 800,000.
Can I apply?
The organisers are waiting for applications from Ukrainian public, charitable and non-profit organisations that have experience in working with vulnerable categories of the population.
What do I need to apply?

All the documents should be completed in Ukrainian.

How do I apply?

Send all the necessary documents to by 23 March. The subject line is «Заявка на конкурс грантів». 

You will find out whether you become one of 20 winners in June 2023.

Good to know
  • Individuals, state authorities, political parties and religious organisations cannot apply
  • The grant cannot be spent on the procurement or transportation of humanitarian or military aid.
  • Unfortunately, the organisers will not be able to give you individual feedback.

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