Dear forum members,
I hope you are doing well during such a rainy day. :)
I want to share with you few useful links for applying funds. ;)
The first one is Eastern Partnership Civil Society Fellowship Programme.
This program aims to identify young ambitious/high-potential/ forward -thinking civil society activists from the EaP region and support the development of their leadership skills, as well as allow them to bring about positive changes in their communities by providing them with resources for targeted activities. As this year the application is already closed you can consider this opportunity for the next year. The link is here: https://eapcivilsociety.eu/fellowships-2
The second one is "SOLVE 2020 GLOBAL CHALLENGES".
Their 2020 Global Challenges offer over $1.5 million in funding. Apply by the June 18 deadline!
The link is here: https://solve.mit.edu/
I hope this information would be helpful for you.
Have a nice Monday!
I didn't used it yet. My friend sent it to me who I work with to fund a "smaller" cause.
It looks nice when you don't have your own platform for fundraising purposes. But I think when there are this many projects it's harder to draw attention.
I didn't used it during my work right now because we already started and didn't wanted to split up our online persona, for our purpose it's important to be transparent and two different places to collect money might be confusing to potential funders.
I just like the idea, it's similar to https://www.kickstarter.com/ and a hungarian page https://adjukossze.hu/
@Elek Fazekas Have you used 'gofundme.com' to raise funds before? Was it successful? How does this site compare? Which criteria to take note/what to look out for when choosing a platform?
You might know this page already: https://www.gofundme.com/
It's a foundraiser platform, it might be useful when you want to start a new project.
I myself will apply for the SOLVE challenge. ;)