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For generating much-needed funds for your project, you must have a knack to identify the appropriate opportunity and its donor agency. Therefore, to make your fundraising easier, we have some opportunities compiled in one document.
The Solidarity Fund: Inviting CBOs to address Gender-based Violence in South Africa
The Solidarity Fund is inviting eligible community-based organizations (CBOs) to apply for funding in support of critical activities and services related to addressing gender-based violence (GBV) across the country.
Over the past five years, the rates of reported violence against women in South Africa have shown a general increase. This fact has been clearly highlighted by numerous high-profile incidents of femicide in the past two years, which of course represent just a small proportion of women facing violence in their homes and communities.
- The vast majority of services related to GBV are delivered at community-level, often by small CBOs. The Fund wishes to provide direct support to these organizations, which often struggle to access funding from established donors for a variety of reasons.
- The Fund will award once-off grants ranging from R50 000 to R250 000 to successful applicants in support of any of the above activities.
2020 Izele Small Grant Scheme | Offering three grants of US$1,500
The 2020 Izele Small Grant scheme is now open to all conservation areas, organisations, groups, or businesses based in Eswatini, South Africa and Mozambique.
- Izele is offering three grants of US$1,500.
- This grant scheme is not open to individuals.
- For your project to be eligible, it must contribute towards the conservation of biodiversity and be based in Eswatini, South Africa or Mozambique.