Open Calls

Mid-sized grants: New projects, unique approach and empowerment of NGOs

On October 3, 2019, the Open Society Fund Prague and Committee of Good Will – Olga Havel Foundation on behalf of a consortium of the Active Citizens Fund announces the first open call for proposals on mid-sized grants in programme outcomes Increased citizen participation in civic activities, Strengthened civil society advocacy and watchdog role, Vulnerable groups empowered, Increased support for civic education and media literacy and Increased capacity and sustainability of the civil society sector and individual CSOs. Mandatory outcome for every project is Increased capacity and sustainability of the civil society sector and individual CSOs.

These mid-sized grants in amount of € 8,000–85,000 will be distributed across all five programme areas of the Active Citizens Fund. Supported projects in this call with duration from 1 to 2,5 years are supposed to result into support of current issues within the programme outcomes.

Project applicants shall be Czech non-governmental organisations registered at least two years prior the submission deadline of the application. The total available indicative budget for awarding grants for mid-sized projects under this call is € 4 657 000.

The deadline for the application submission is December 2, 2019 at noon (12:00 pm).

 

 

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Annex 4b - Partnership declaration

Change the system: First call for proposals on strategic grants in Active Citizens Fund programme 

The Open Society Fund Prague and Committee of Good Will – Olga Havel Foundation on behalf of a consortium of the Active Citizens Fund announces a call for proposals on strategic grants which will provide financial support for civil society activities and strengthening its role in the process of sustainable systemic change. Grants will contribute to the long term efficient cooperation among civil society organizations with the focus on positive change in multiple areas. In this call, projects with outcomes Strengthened civil society advocacy and watchdog role, Vulnerable groups empowered and Increased support for civic education and media literacy will be supported. 

Systemic projects will be supported with the amount of  € 100 – 250 000 and have to last from 3 to 4 years. Project applicants shall be Czech non-governmental organisations registered at least two years prior the submission deadline of the application. The deadline for the application submission is November 4, 2019 at noon (12:00 pm).

Active Citizens Fund: Strategic grants

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First Call for Fund for Bilateral Relations

The Open Society Fund Prague on behalf of a consortium of the Active Citizens Fund announces a call for proposals on Bilateral grants.

Calls for grant applications in the Fund for Bilateral Relations are open from the date of the announcement to 31 August 2023 (or until allocations for the given years or the overall allocated funding for these projects are used). Supported projects must be completed by 30 April 2024.

Call for proposals on bilateral projects

Change the system: First call for proposals on strategic grants in Active Citizens Fund programme 

Change the system: First call for proposals on strategic grants in Active Citizens Fund programme 

The Open Society Fund Prague and Committee of Good Will – Olga Havel Foundation on behalf of a consortium of the Active Citizens Fund announces a call for proposals on strategic grants which will provide financial support for civil society activities and strengthening its role in the process of sustainable systemic change. Grants will contribute to the long term efficient cooperation among civil society organizations with the focus on positive change in multiple areas. In this call, projects with outcomes Strengthened civil society advocacy and watchdog role, Vulnerable groups empowered and Increased support for civic education and media literacy will be supported. 

Systemic projects will be supported with the amount of  € 100 – 250 000 and have to last from 3 to 4 years. Project applicants shall be Czech non-governmental organisations registered at least two years prior the submission deadline of the application. 

The deadline for the application submission is November 4, 2019 at noon (12:00 pm).

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