Your project must meet our eligibility criteria, must fall within one of our areas of action and take place in one of the countries where we work. If your organization is not one that is accredited by the Foundation, it is also necessary to have an agent organization for your project.

The 4 steps involved in a grant application

Does your project meet the eligibility criteria for receiving funding support from the Foundation? If yes, and you are an accredited organization, then you can submit a full grant application on the Foundation’s Admission platform by logging in to your account here. You are not required to fill out the idea form.

If you are not accredited organization, then you can get started on your grant application, which must go through 4 steps before being accepted:

  1. Presentation of an idea using our online form. The idea is a summary of your project, which will allow our International Projects team to determine if your project meets our criteria.
  2. Analysis by the Foundation: the idea is accepted or declined – you will receive an email informing you of the decision.
  3. If your idea is accepted, you will be invited to submit a full grant application. you will receive an e-mail with the information to create an account on our Admission platform. You will use this platform to submit your full grant application. You can download a list of the documents you will need to submit with your application here.
  4. Analysis by the Foundation: your grant application is accepted or declined. You will be notified by e-mail of the decision.  

If your grant application is accepted, the Admission platform will be your main tool for managing your project. On this platform, you will be able to perform all the required follow-ups of your grant, including the submission of your final reports.

Save time by accessing your Admission account directly!

If you are an accredited organization recognized by the Foundation, you can log in to your account directly.