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Aspire Coronation Trust (ACT)
Type of project: Innovative and impact driven projects lasting no more than 12 months which fall within one or more of our focus areas: Health; Entrepreneurship; Leadership; Waste Management.
Location: Africa with a preference for Nigeria where the Foundation is based.
Eligibility: Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Non-profit Organizations (NPOs), Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and Social Enterprises duly registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria and/or with the appropriate bodies outside Nigeria and within Africa for at least 2 years. Applicants must be directly responsible for the management and implementation of the project (i.e. not intermediaries).
Grant size: Not stated
Closing date: 30 November

International Trans Fund 

Type of project: Priorities are to:
• Fund a diversity of groups, including different regions, languages, gender identities, strategies and issues;
• Prioritize trans communities facing greater levels of marginalization (e.g. racism, classism, ageism, ableism, misogyny and so on);
• Support trans groups whose work is intersectional and contributes to social justice, movement -building, and the liberation of trans people.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: trans-led groups with budgets below $150,000 USD
Grant size: Most grants will range between $10,000 and $30,000 for up to 1 years. Grants
up to $50,000 may be considered in special circumstances.
Closing date: 1 December (17.00 EST)

UNHCR Youth Initiative Fund
Type of projects: The YIF supports community-based protection projects imagined, designed and led by young people. The Fund is based on 3 objectives:
1) Participation: Young people have genuine opportunities for community participation and
opportunities to effect decision making processes, especially in the area of protection;
2) Empowerment: Young people learn about project management, use their initiative,
evaluate options, learn to make informed decisions and choices, developing and
enhancing leadership skills;
3) Innovation: Young people develop innovative, youth-appropriate protection solutions to
addressing personal, group and community challenges.
Location: Kosovo
Eligibility: Projects that have been previously funded may apply but must demonstrate how continued funding will add value to their current project.
Grant size: The maximum funding allocation per project is US$ 10,000; there is no minimum. Projects should be implemented before 31st December 2019.
Closing date: 3 December

Comic Relief Power Up fund
Type of projects: Women’s rights organisations fighting against systems which perpetuate the injustices they encounter in their daily lives. We are interested in supporting the development of campaigns, advocacy and/or services. We are also interested in supporting work which helps movement constituents develop a common agenda for change, such as developing and sharing analytic frameworks, learnings and research, and work that is focussed on base building, such as growing membership and leadership, building alliances and solidarity both between and within movements.
Location: UK, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Zambia, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, Zimbabwe, India, Nepal, Bangladesh. Please be aware we expect this to be a competitive programme and so will be unable to fund in every country.
Eligibility: This fund is for locally rooted women and girl led organisations only. Applications may be made by single organisations, in partnership or consortia or by sub-granting funds focusing on the same issues, i.e. women and girls are most affected by the issue being addressed and must have a significant role in decision making about how the grants are distributed.
Grant size: 3-5-year grants are available for the following total amounts:
• Single organisations can apply for grants between £150,000 up to £300,000;
• those working in partnership (2 or more organisations) up to £500,000;
• For women’s funds or others sub-granting we may consider larger grants (up to £750,000).
Funding can be used to cover the core costs / overheads of an organisation / partnerships, or specific projects and activities or a mixture of the two.
Deadline: 7th December

DFID UK Aid Match
Type of projects: projects working to achieve sustained poverty reduction and which support DFID’s objectives to strengthen global peace, security and governance; strengthen resilience and response to crisis; promote global prosperity and tackle extreme poverty. There will be a special focus on projects that support women and girls and those which support the development objectives associated with ending the illegal wildlife trade. DFID is also keen to see applications for innovative projects that use technology in new ways.
Location: Projects must take place in either one or two of the lowest 50 countries on the UN Human Development Index (HDI) or; those countries which DFID considers to be of high or moderate fragility. A full list can be seen here.
Eligibility: DFID will not consider applications from think tanks, policy institutes, research organisations or academic institutions, or any organisation that doesn’t fit the criteria listed on this page. UK-based, non-government, not-for-profit organisation working to reduce poverty in up to two of DFID's eligible countries may apply.
Grant size: match funding up to £2m is available.
Closing date: 13 December

Gray Matters Capital coLABS (Additional closing date)
Type of project: A private foundation focused on impact investments, this fund is seeking to invest in bold, innovative, and widely scalable social enterprises that have the potential to dramatically improve the lives of women and girls around the world.
Location: primarily in South Asia, Africa, and Latin America
Eligibility: Social Enterprises
Grant size: Maximum investment is $250,000
Closing date: 15 December

Wellcome Trust - Innovator Awards: Digital Technologies
Type of project: Innovative and disruptive digital healthcare interventions that could have a significant and measurable impact on human health. Proposals should develop technologies that could result in significant, measurable changes in quality, speed, cost and/or outcomes. Examples of the types of technologies we’re interested in could include (but are not limited to) those that: advance the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease; provide support for clinical decision-making; improve access to healthcare, treatment compliance and/or provide patient-led management. Examples of digital technologies include: artificial intelligence and machine learning; data analytics and informatics; virtual and augmented reality; internet of things (IoT), networks and sensors.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: Individuals and teams from not-for-profit and commercial organisations from anywhere in the world can apply, and organizations can be of any size. They particularly encourage multidisciplinary collaborations including data and software scientists, the physical sciences, engineering and the health sciences community.
Grant size: £500,000 to £1 million GBP to 20 innovators
Closing date: 3 December (17.00 GMT).

The McLain Association for Children, Inc.
Type of project: Improve access to high quality education and empower persons with disabilities and their families.
Location: the Caucasus, Tanzania, and the British Virgin Islands
Eligibility: Non-profit organisations working in the above-mentioned countries
Grant size: $7,500
Deadline: 15 December

KR Foundation
Type of project: The Foundation focuses on addressing the root causes of climate change and has two programme focus areas: 'Sustainable Behaviour Catalysts for Change' and 'Sustainable Finance - keeping fossil fuels in the ground'. Within sustainable behaviour, they support projects which support a transition away from high-impact lifestyles towards ways of living that are sustainable and offer high levels of wellbeing. The Foundation prioritises proposals that can rapidly scale up both the ambition level and impact of work towards sustainable behaviour. Proposals are invited within the following areas: 1) Initiating transformational communications; 2) Promoting policy acceptance for transformational change; and 3) Creating social norms for sustainable behaviour.
Under 'Sustainable Finance', the Foundation's focus is on supporting interventions that aim to shift financial incentives such as investments, subsidies, taxes, regulation, etc., away from fossil fuel production and consumption. Activities could be related to: stranded assets and un-burnable fossil fuel reserves; financial incentives to keep fossil fuels in the ground; strategic communication around the need for keeping fossil fuels in the ground; the role of private investors in reducing funding for fossil fuel companies; international agreements on phasing out fossil fuel subsidies in G20 and other fora; the role of fossil fuel subsidies in trade agreements; the role of public finance that directly or indirectly supports fossil fuel production and consumption.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: The Foundation funds registered organisations with not-for-profit status. It does not fund local and community-based activities unless they are truly scalable and have a clear international perspective. Proposals focusing on local development activities will not be considered.
Grant size: Grants typically range from DKK 2m to DKK 5m with a duration of up to approximately 3 years.
Closing date: 22 December. Please also note that KR Foundation will be closed from 22 December 2018 to 2 January 2019 inclusive. Potential applicants are therefore advised to submit the project summary well before 22 December.

The Jana Robeyst Trust Fund
Type of project: Wildlife conservation. The Fund provides financial resources to early career scientists/conservationists and non-profit organizations to carry out vital field conservation and research work in Africa. Priority will be given to projects related to the conservation of forest elephants. Education projects will also be considered as will travel to conferences or equipment purchase.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: Individuals or organizations based anywhere in the world.
Grant size: Up to €1,500
Closing date: 31 December

Voice Philippines Sudden Opportunities Grant
Type of project: Collective action aimed at preventing the unanticipated closure of civic space, or the widening of civic space, where there is a time-bound opportunity to influence policy on criminalisation, marginalisation, discrimination, and/or exclusion. These unexpected moments have to greatly impact at least one or more of Voice the target groups who need to be involved in the collective action being proposed. These groups are: Indigenous groups and ethnic minorities; Age-discriminated vulnerable groups, notably the young and the elderly and Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people; People living with disabilities; Women facing exploitation, abuse and/or violence.
Location: Philippines
Eligibility: The applicant (and all co-applicants, if the application is made in consortium) is an organisation which has core values similar to the objectives of Voice, including the equal treatment and equal rights of every human being, particularly regardless of gender identity, race, colour of skin, nationality or ethnicity, religious belief, disability, sexual orientation, social class and age. The applicant or the lead party is a legally registered not-for- profit civil society or community-based organisation with an operational bank account in the applicant’s name.
Grant size: We accept proposals spanning 6 months to a maximum of 1 year, ranging from €5,000 to €200,000.
Closing date: 31 December

Voice Sudden Opportunity Grants - Laos
Type of projects: Projects which address specific, unanticipated opportunities to influence policy in Laos, especially those that could have a ripple effect or that can impact one or more of Voice target groups: Indigenous groups and ethnic minorities; Age-discriminated vulnerable groups, notably the young and the elderly; Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people; People living with disabilities; Women facing exploitation, abuse and/or violence). It is an opportunity for strategic advocacy, coordination of CSOs and/collective action that can lead to change in legal decision, policy/laws, a shift in public attitudes and practices to challenge discrimination, promote equal access and opportunities, enhance social well-being, and/or encourage social development.
Location: Laos
Eligibility: For most National call for proposals, the lead applicant must be a locally registered organisation which is fully independent from a Global North-based headquarters. International organisations can apply as a co-applicant.
Grant size: €5,000 to €200,000 for an intervention that will last between 6 and 12 months.
Closing date: 31 December

Voice Sudden Opportunity Grants - Indonesia
Type of projects: Has there been an unanticipated closure or widening of civic space at national level? Is there a time-bound opportunity to influence policy on criminalisation, marginalisation, discrimination, and/or exclusion? Do these events directly impact one or more Voice target groups? Are you proposing to act in a collective fashion? If you answered yes to the questions above, apply for a Sudden Opportunity Grant.
Location: Indonesia
Eligibility: For most National call for proposals, the lead applicant must be a locally registered organisation which is fully independent from a Global North-based headquarters. International organisations can apply as a co-applicant.
Grant size: €5,000 to €200,000 for an intervention that will last between 6 and 12 months.
Closing date: 31 December

Voice Sudden Opportunity Grants - Tanzania
Type of projects: Do you work in blogging, online radio/TV, social media, subscribers of online content and online content hosts or operating Internet cafes? Are you concerned about the new laws that have disabling and restrictive provisions that directly impacts the ability of citizens to exercise their freedom of expression in Tanzania? Is there a national opportunity for strategic advocacy or litigation, offline protests, or coordination of collective action that can lead to change in legal decision, policy/laws, a shift in public attitudes and practices? If you answer yes to the questions above, apply for a Sudden Opportunity Grant to promote the right to freedom of expression and fight cultures of self-censorship.
Location: Tanzania
Eligibility: For most National call for proposals, the lead applicant must be a locally registered organisation which is fully independent from a Global North-based headquarters. International organisations can apply as a co-applicant.
Grant size: €5,000 to €200,000 for an intervention that will last between 6 and 12 months.
Closing date: 31 December

Voice Sudden Opportunity Grants - Philippines
Type of projects: Is there a time-bound opportunity to influence policy on criminalisation, marginalisation, discrimination, and/or exclusion? Is there a consensus among a consortium/ civil society network for a strategic action? If you answered yes to the questions above, apply for a Sudden Opportunity Grant.
Location: Philippines
Eligibility: For most National call for proposals, the lead applicant must be a locally registered organisation which is fully independent from a Global North-based headquarters. International organisations can apply as a co-applicant.
Grant size: €5,000 to €200,000 for an intervention that will last between 6 and 12 months.
Closing date: 31 December

US Embassy in Benin Special Self-Help Fund
Type of project: Self-sustaining projects that significantly impact communities by addressing critical health, social, and development concerns. Past grants have contributed to agricultural modernisation, economic development, combatting early marriages and gender-based violence, improved sanitation, women’s empowerment, improved learning conditions, and greater access to clean water, health services, and education.
Location: Benin
Eligibility: Beninese community groups
Grant size: Each year, Embassy Cotonou supports approximately six to ten projects with small grants, typically under $5,000.
Closing date: 31 December

US Embassy in Benin Public Affairs Section Small Grants Program
Type of project: Build capacity of journalists on methods and resources for identifying fake news in print, social media, and online, including altered or manipulated images and videos. - Increase media literacy of Benin’s population about how to distinguish between facts and misinformation, rumours, and/or opinions shared on social media, traditional press, or online. - Raise awareness about the dangers of creating and sharing fake news and encourage the suppression of rumours, fake news, while advocating for ethical behaviour online.
Location: Benin
Eligibility: Eligibility is open to all individuals; all non-profit, non-governmental organizations whose work directly impacts Beninese populations. Organizations may sub-contract with other entities, but only one, non-profit, non-governmental entity can be the prime recipient of the award. For profit entities are not eligible to be the prime recipient of an award.
Grant size: Not stated. 1 to 7 grants are expected to be given over a 12 month period.
Closing date: 31 December

The Finnish Government’s International Gender Equality Prize
Type of project: The prize can go to a person or organisation working to promote gender equality in an internationally significant way. It aims to advance equality on the international stage by raising discussion about equality and highlighting important related themes, such as violence against women.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: Self-nominations will not be accepted.
Prize: EUR 300,000.
Closing date: 31st December

Commonwealth Foundation
Type of projects: We are interested in supporting innovative projects that strengthen civic voice so that it is more effective in holding governance institutions to account, enhances involvement in policy processes and shapes public discourse.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: Registered non-for-profit Civil Society Organisations may apply. The applicant’s average of total income over the last two years must be less than £3m.
Grant size: The Foundation offers grants of up to £50,000 per year for a maximum of £200,000 over four years.
Closing date: 7 January

Wellcome Trust’s Public Engagement Fund
Type of project: Creative approaches in engaging the public with health research. Your project should do at least one of the following: 1) empower people to access, use, respond to, and/or participate in health research and innovation; 2) improve health research by making it more people-centred, to better understand people’s experiences and draw on that knowledge; 3) help people to value and think critically about science, health research, innovation and the role these play in society. We’re especially interested in work which promotes diversity and inclusion and engages people and communities who are affected by social and economic disadvantage.
Location: UK, Republic of Ireland, Low- and middle-income countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia, and East Asia and Pacific.
Eligibility: You don’t need funding from another organisation to be eligible, but it may make your proposal more competitive.
Grant size: Most proposals received are for £25,000 to £100,000. Requests under £250,000 should meet the stated deadline. Requests over £250,000 should first send an EOI to 
Closing date: 11 January

World Food Programme Innovation Accelerator
Type of project: Does you have the potential to solve hunger? Apply to the Innovation Accelerator of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) for mentorship, financial support and access to WFP operations, partners and technical experts.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: Your start-up, company or NGO must be incorporated at the time of application. It can be for-profit or not-for-profit. Your innovation must at least be at the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) stage. Proof of concept is preferred. Your proposal must show how working with WFP will serve your long-term strategy.
Grant size: up to 100,000 USD
Closing date: 14 January

Wellcome Trust Multi-User Equipment Grants
Type of project: These grants provide support for multi-user items of equipment.
Applications need to show how the equipment will directly benefit your research and that of others; the evidence of need for the equipment; whether similar equipment may be available locally/nationally; pilot data showing the suitability of the equipment; management and sustainability plans; expertise in operating the equipment and; the added value for Wellcome Trust-funded research.
Location: UK, Low- or middle-income countries
Eligibility: You can apply for a grant if you, and any co-applicants, have an academic or research post and a track record in getting grant funding. Any co-applicants who don’t have salary support for the duration of the grant are eligible to apply if they have at least one year’s personal salary support at the proposed start date of the grant.
Grant size: £100,000 to £1 million for up to 5 years. Your host organisation should contribute at least 25% towards the cost of the equipment. Contributions can include support in-kind as well as money, such as the provision of a key support post.
Closing date: 15 January

WISE Awards
Types of project: The 2019 WISE Awards will identify, celebrate, and promote innovative projects effective in finding solutions to education challenges, including access to quality education, life-long learning opportunities, early childhood education, employment, civic education and education in emergency contexts. The ideal project would be an ongoing, innovative and impactful initiative.
Location: Projects from any part of the world can apply or be nominated.
Eligibility: Ongoing/existing education projects run by any type of organization such as colleges, universities, academic networks, school consortia, civil society and community organizations, governments, international agencies and private-sector companies working in the field of education are invited to apply or nominate.
Prize: US$20,000
Closing date: 15 January

Danida Fellowship Centre
Type of projects: Grants are available for development research activities designed to further the SDGs, focusing on the following five themes: Sustainable economic development; Gender equality and development; Humanitarian assistance and development; Climate change resilience; State building and governance. The overall objective is to contribute to new solutions with new knowledge and new approaches, and to increase countries’ capacity for creating and applying new knowledge themselves. Research should generate new knowledge relevant to the needs and strategies of partner countries, to Denmark’s cooperation with these countries as well as including substantive elements of research capacity strengthening.
Location: The research must be implemented in a Danida priority country. These are currently Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mali, Myanmar, Niger, Palestine, Somalia, Tanzania, and Uganda.
Eligibility: Applications can only be submitted by universities or by a research-based institution (public and private, nationally registered institutions) in Denmark, Ghana, or Tanzania, which will be responsible for the grant. The project coordinator must be attached to the applying institution.
Grant size: a maximum grant of DKK 12 million is for each project (c. £1.4m) over a maximum of five years.
Closing date: 1 February

Heineken Africa Foundation
Type of project: Projects which directly improve the health situation for needy communities, specifically focusing on Mother & Child care and/or water, sanitation and hygiene in countries in which Heineken is operating.
Location: Ethiopia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Rwanda, Burundi, South Africa, the DRC.
Eligibility: Project proposals can only be submitted by the local Heineken operating companies in close collaboration with an NGO, government organisation, overseas development ministries or international organizations.
Grant size: Maximum funding is EUR 75,000 per year for up to 3-years
Closing date: 1 February

Positive Action Challenges
Type of project: Our challenge prizes are narrowly focused competitions seeking to identify innovative solutions to specific but common problems in HIV care. The Challenge is looking to fund one or more evidence-based interventions that demonstrate how social protection supports HIV testing, treatment and care for children.
Location: Low and middle-income countries.
Prize: $5,000 USD for up to 10 recipients.
Closing date: 5 February

Blue Action Fund
Type of project: Marine and Costal conservation by safeguarding marine biodiversity; creating new protected areas and improving the management of existing ones, as well as the sustainable use of marine biodiversity in fisheries, aquaculture and tourism.
Location: South East Asia: Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines, Vietnam. In transboundary projects, project components can also be carried out in Malaysia or Thailand.
Eligibility: national and international non-governmental organisations (NGOs) that; are willing to cooperate with local partners; have sufficient implementing capacity, necessary safeguards, especially with regard to Environmental and Social Safeguard Requirements; have an annual budget at least twice the size of the proposed budget; are willing to fund at least 25% of the total project costs through their own resources and via co-financing from other public donors.
Grant size: EUR 1-3 million over 3-5 years. The Fund expects to award four to six grants from this call with a total value of up to EUR 12 million.
Deadline: 14 February

Palliative Care Development in Africa: Small Grants Programme
Type of project: hospices and palliative care providers across Africa which directly improve the patient experience and the standard of palliative care services for people of all ages. Funding is primarily for one-off projects, with a duration of one year. Priority is given to:
• Training courses for palliative care service providers held in Africa;
• Equipment for patients (e.g. beds, wheelchairs).
• Projects supporting paediatric palliative care services. This could include purchasing toys, integrating paediatric services into an existing programme, developing materials for advocacy, etc.).
• Medicines.
• Capital improvement costs such as refurbishing buildings to improve the patient experience, buying furniture, etc.
• Developing small palliative care projects i.e. integrating palliative care components in existing health care services, adapting palliative care models, quality improvement activities e.g. Palliative Care standards, developing materials, etc.
• helping health care providers to establish new palliative care projects where none currently exist.
Increasing access to palliative care in rural areas.
Location: Africa
Eligibility: Only registered hospices and/or palliative care providers in any setting of care can apply. All work supported by this programme must adhere to the WHO definition of palliative care.
Grant size: The size of grants ranges from £500- £5,000.
Closing date: 1 March

US Embassy in Burkina Faso Self-Help Program
Type of project: community groups carrying out small development projects. The projects must be initiated by and benefit the community by increasing income or improving living conditions. If the project is designed to generate income, it must be truly community-based and not a for-profit enterprise or sole proprietorship. Proposals can be made in collaboration with local development agencies or local or international NGOs active in the region.
Location: Burkina Faso
Eligibility: Applicants must be made by local citizens representing local community organisations or NGOs. The Self-Help Program cannot fund political, religious, military, or recreational activities. Funds cannot be used for administrative costs, transportation, training, scholarships, consumable items, vehicles, or to finance repairs. Funds are not provided to government agencies.
Grant size: The maximum grant is $10,000 over 1 year.
Closing date: 31 March

SUEZ Foundation
Type of project: The SUEZ Foundation supports projects promoting access to essential water, sanitation and waste services for disadvantaged populations. Projects should include the active implication of the populations concerned; the reinforcement of knowledge and expertise; sustainability and innovation.
Location: Urban and peri-urban areas of developing countries will be prioritised.
Eligibility: International solidarity organizations and non-profit making specialized institutions may apply.
Grant size: Whilst they cannot be the sole funder, the Foundation will review all projects, regardless of their size. It can award up to 50% of the project’s total budget.
Closing date: Project applications received before 30 April 2019 will be presented at the Board of Directors Meeting in October.

Ongoing International Funding Sources 

Wellcome Trust Innovator Awards
Type of project: Innovator Awards are open to researchers who are developing healthcare innovations that could have a major and measurable impact on human health working in any scientific discipline and on any type of technology. In your proposal, you must:
• include researchers from at least two different scientific disciplines;
• include at least one researcher from a discipline outside life sciences, such as engineering, physical science or data science;
• describe the added value of the collaboration and tell us why the outcome(s) of your work will be unique and only achievable through this approach.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: Individuals and teams from not-for-profit and commercial organisations can apply. We particularly encourage proposals from multidisciplinary collaborations within or between organisations.
Deadline: You can apply online at any time. Shortlisting meetings happen every three months. The next meeting is in February 2019. If you want us to consider your application in February 2019, submit your application by 3 January 2019 (17:00 GMT).
Grant size: Up to £500,000, or up to £750,000 for multidisciplinary collaborations.

Chalk Cliff Trust
Type of project: Within the Overseas Aid focus area, the Trust's focus is on projects concerned with education, malnutrition or medical related. The grant need not be specifically tied to funding projects. The funding can be used as seed capital, to help with core administration costs, or to help an organisation through a difficult time.
Location: Not specified
Eligibility: Donations will normally be made to registered charities, however organisations pending registration or pressure groups will also be considered.
Grant size: most grants are in the region of £3,000 - £5,000

Global Innovation Fund
Type of project: The Global Innovation Fund invests in the development, rigorous testing, and scaling of social innovations that aim to improve the lives and opportunities of millions of people. Innovations span a wide range of different sectors, geographies, stages, and funding types. There are three stages applicants can apply for:
1. Pilot: Your innovation is still in an early phase. You are testing core assumptions around operational, social and financial viability.
2. Test and Transition: Your innovation has completed initial testing and is now transitioning to larger scale. You have some information on your operational, social and financial viability. You want to solidify this before you scale.
3. Scale: Your innovation has solid operational, social and financial viability. You have strong evidence that my innovation improves the lives of those living on less than $5 PPP per day. Now you want to replicate your innovation in new countries and context, reaching millions of people.
Location: Developing countries.
Eligibility: For-profit firms, non-profit organisations, researchers, and government agencies may apply. Less than 10% of applicants are invited to submit full proposals.
Grant size:
1. Pilot projects: The maximum per project is $230,000 USD.
2. Test and Transition: The maximum per project is $2.3 million, although the average investment size is smaller.
3. Scale: The maximum per project is $15 million, although the average investment size is much smaller.

Thackery Medical Research Trust
Type of project: Within the Trust’s overseas development focus areas, it will consider supporting international charitable medical supply organisations. This may include establishing sustainable supply chains for the production, distribution and use of medical equipment in areas of the world that are poorly supplied. It will also consider projects which relieve and prevent disease and sickness in under-developed countries by supporting appropriate research and manufacture of medical products.
Location: UK and developing countries.
Grant size: The Trust has an annual budget of £30,000 and aims to offer grants to more than one organisation.

The Alborada Trust
Type of project: Medical and veterinary causes, research and education, welfare of animals and help with relief to disaster areas worldwide.
Location: Worldwide.
Eligibility: Registered national and international charities may apply
Grant size: The Trust only awards grants of £25,000 or more

Just Trust
Type of project: Grants will be awarded for charitable work overseas that tries to address the difficulties of some of the most disadvantaged sections of society in some of the least advantaged parts of the world. There is also concern for victims of some of the world’s trouble spots and for the promotion of peace.
Location: Overseas (not in the UK).
Eligibility: be a UK registered charity or be a charitable organisation able to supply a HMRC charitable reference number. We do not respond to appeals from large established charities or to emergency appeals; and we are unlikely to make grants to any charities with significant UK staff costs, fundraising costs or other UK overheads. Moreover, we never fund charities whose charitable activities include any religious proselytising. No grants are made to individuals and we never fund activities such as travel, volunteers working abroad, study trips, expeditions etc.
Grant size: In 2017, the trust made 45 grants ranging from £300 to £5,000 and totalling £62,800.

Denise Coates Foundation
Type of project: Charities are invited to present proposals to the Foundation's Trustees detailing how a grant would be used and the benefits that it would deliver. The Foundation’s focus areas include: Education and Training; Disaster Recovery/Emergency Relief
Community Development; Medical Research and Development. Charities are invited to present proposals to the Foundation's Trustees detailing how a grant would be used and the benefits that it would deliver
Location: UK and overseas
Eligibility: UK NGOs may apply
Grant size: In the 2016-17 financial year the Foundation committed to provide £5,964,536 of grants and donations to 21 charitable entities, 19 of which totalled more than £20,000

Type of project: Provide seed grants to organisations which support tribal peoples to defend their lives and preserve their knowledge. They invest in small projects that make a positive difference to the world’s few remaining Indigenous peoples who are exemplars of how the Earth’s resources, sustainability, and cultural diversity can be maintained.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: Applications cannot be considered from individuals, political organisations, religious centres, organisations without charitable status or with an income of greater than £250,000 per annum.
Grant size: not stated
Apply: If you would like to discuss potential projects with the Onaway team please contact us on 

Dulverton Charitable Trust
Type of projects: Within its overseas category, the Trust focuses on two areas:
1) Community Development which covers the provision of water and power, the encouragement of farming, enterprise, wildlife conservation.
2) Peace & Humanitarian Support including disaster relief.
The Trust advises applicants contact them prior to submitting an application.
Location: Kenya and Uganda
Eligibility: In 2016/17 approximately 1 in 5 applicants were awarded a grant. UK charities and charitable incorporated organisations may apply.
Grant size: Average grants are usually between £25,000 and £35,000 per year.

Cisco Foundation Global Impact Cash Grants
Type of projects: Innovative approaches to critical social challenges. Organisations and programmes must focus on at least one of the following areas: access to education; economic empowerment; critical human needs. Programmes must serve the underserved, and leverage technology to improve the reach and efficiency of services.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: An initial information form is used to determine whether your organization will be invited to complete a full application.
Grant size: The maximum request amount for first-time grant recipients is US$75,000

UNDP Small Grants Program
Type of projects: The SGP funds projects working on Biodiversity, Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation, Land Degradation and Sustainable Forest Management, International Waters and Chemicals.
Location: Worldwide. A full list of eligible countries can be seen here.
Eligibility: Local communities including indigenous people, community-based organizations and other non-governmental groups may apply. An eligibility test can be taken here.
Grant size: The programme provides grants of up to $50,000

Eva Reckitt Trust Fund
Type of projects: The Trust Fund works worldwide and provide grants to NGOs who work for the betterment and welfare of the poor or projects which focus on promoting education in areas of high poverty, research into poverty related issues and poverty reduction in conflict or post-conflict settings.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: UK NGOs may apply
Grant size: Grants are for between £500 - £2,000.

Hebb Finn Charitable Trust
Type of projects: The prevention or relief of poverty especially in Africa and Wales. In Africa the focus is on initiatives which have humanitarian and Christian aims, including: Projects to improve health or address health issues; Education of children and professional education and; Support for micro-businesses.
Location: Wales & Africa
Eligibility: Charities and individuals
Grant size: £1,000 - £5,000 past grantees can be seen here.

The John Lewis Foundation
Type of projects: The current focus of the Foundation is to invest in disadvantaged communities that support the John Lewis business throughout the world to acquire the relevant skills required for meaningful employment and improve social inclusion.
Location: The Foundation welcomes applications for projects with these objectives both in the UK and overseas. The project must benefit communities in which there is a John Lewis store, supplier, manufacturer, distribution hub, call centre etc.
Grant size: The Trustees will consider projects of varying amounts
Eligibility: groups and organisations that are registered with the appropriate Charity Commission or where the grant is for an exclusively charitable purpose. Funding cannot support building renovation or other capital expenditure or consumables.

THINK Foundation
Type of project: Supporting the understanding and development of fundraising skills in the not-for-profit sector around the world, including developing fundraising and resource mobilisation skills, research/studies or training resources on specific aspects of fundraising
individuals in exploring aspects of fundraising primarily through bursaries to recognised conferences or training programmes.
Location: Applications are prioritised from South Asia, Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, South East Asia and Eastern Europe
Eligibility: Applications from smaller organisations will be given priority. No applications from political parties or organisations will be supported
Grant size: Average level of grants will be £500 to £1000. The usual maximum for a single grant is £2,500.

The Al Fayed Foundation
Type of project: Aid for charities that work to relieve the plight of orphans, refugees and street children abroad.
Location: Worldwide
Grant size: Not stated. Applicants are asked to include a breakdown of funds sought in their application.