ZMINA.Rebuilding: grants for recovery projects of Ukraine
This is an opportunity to receive up to EUR 10,000 for a cultural or creative project that will start a dialogue about the recovery of Ukraine. Create a play about Ukrainian refugees abroad, film the life of de-occupied cities or hold a participatory workshop on designing cities of the future — you will have half a year to implement your idea in Ukraine.
If you want to know about the pitfalls and ask the grant manager your question, join the online meeting or attend the presentation in Lviv, Dnipro or Kyiv. To do this, register via the link.
The initiative is offered by the IZOLYATSIA in cooperation with Malý Berlín and Trans Europe Halles with the financial support of Creative Europe. This is one of the thousands of EU opportunities for Ukraine.
These grants are for:
- Ukrainian artists and cultural activists with more than two years of experience in the field of culture and creative industries and live in Ukraine or abroad.
- Ukrainian public organisations, cultural institutions and local self-government bodies with more than two years of experience in culture and creative industries, and are located in Ukraine.
- Completed application form.
- Description of the project. Elaborate on the relevance, implementation plan, expected results and project team.
- Extract from EDRPOU.
- A signed scan of the guarantee letter.
- For legal entities, the Charter of the organisation.
- For individuals and private entrepreneurs, a copy of a passport or ID card. If available, attach the IDP certificate or other relevant documents.
Document templates will be available when filling out the application.
Apply via IZOLYATSIA online platform by 7 February. The language of the application is Ukrainian.
The organisers will choose ten winners. You will receive an email with the results in April 2024.
- Individuals and private entrepreneurs must pay taxes and military duty by themselves.
- You cannot apply if you are under sanctions, do not meet the government's anti-money laundering policy, or are in Belarus, Russia or the occupied territories.
- Co-financing is allowed but not mandatory.
- You will receive money in two instalments. The first payment is up to 70% of the grant amount. You will receive it immediately after signing the grant agreement. You will receive the rest of the amount after implementing the project and submitting reports.