The Direct Aid Program (DAP)- Small grants program- Australian Consulate-General Kolkata, India (Deadline- Nov 20, 2020)

Title: The Direct Aid Program (DAP)- Small grants program (Deadline- Nov 20, 2020)
Organisation: "Australian Consulate- General in Kolkata, India"
Theme: Contain and combat COVID-19 and address the health, economic and social impacts of the pandemic
Description: "The Australian Consulate-General in Kolkata supports small-scale, sustainable development projects in east and north east India (see below for a list of states covered). States covered by the Australian Consulate-General in Kolkata: Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Odisha, Sikkim, Tripura and West Bengal.

DAP activities should aim to achieve practical and tangible outcomes of high development impact. We are committed to working with India to contain and combat COVID-19 and address the health, economic and social impacts of the pandemic. In 2020-21 we aim to work with partners on high quality projects on five thematic areas: Education, innovation & entrepreneurship; Gender equality and women’s empowerment; Water and sanitation; Agricultural productivity and Public Administration and Governance"
Eligibility: NGOs with FCRA can apply for this funding
Grant Amount: Grants are typically provided up to 2,60,000 INR each, with some flexibility in case of justified project expenses.
Apply by: November 20, 2020
Weblink: Australian Consulate-General in Kolkata


Direct Aid Program (DAP) – Mumbai (Deadline- October 12, 2020)

Title: Direct Aid Program (DAP) – Mumbai
Organisation: Australian Consulate-General Mumbai, India
Theme: Economic & Social Empowerment of women & girls, WASH, Covid-19 relief, etc
Description: The Australian Consulate-General invites high quality applications that will support development and strengthen communities in Goa, Gujarat and Maharashtra across all sectors. While we always seek a diversity of projects, this year we are especially looking for projects that will support development through: - Economic and social empowerment of women and girls - Water management, sanitation and hygiene - COVID relief and other areas impacted by the pandemic (such as livelihood, health etc) - Education Regardless of the type of project, all applicants should consider the impact of the project on women, children or other disadvantaged groups, such as people with disabilities. Projects should be self-sustainable beyond the term of the grant."
Eligibility: NGOs with FCRA can apply for this funding
Grant Amount: upto INR 10 Lakhs
Apply by: October 12, 2020
Weblink: Direct Aid Program (DAP) – Mumbai


Apply now for the Covid-19 Young Leaders Fund (Apply Immediately)

Title: Apply now for the Covid-19 Young Leaders Fund
Organisation: One Young World
Theme: Covid 19, SDG
Description: The Covid-19 Young Leaders Fund is established to fund initiatives from young leaders around the world which are directly battling the Coronavirus pandemic with tangible front-line results.

From producing face masks and providing hand sanitizer in remote areas, to provide tech to community health workers, to ensuring refugee communities can access government health advice – the Covid-19 Young Leaders Fund welcomes a variety of solutions from all walks of life."
Eligibility: Young leaders (aged approximately 18-35) from NGOs in India can apply for this grant.
Grant Amount: Between USD 2,500 and USD 10,000
Apply by: Apply Immediately
Weblink: One Young World

Latest Funding Opportunities for NGOs in India (Posted today- June 12, 2020) on Covid Funding for NGOs

Call for Projects 2021 from SELAVIP- Housing for Poor- Covid-19 (Deadline- June 30, 2020)

Title: Call for Projects 2021 from SELAVIP- Housing for Poor- Covid-19 (Deadline- June 30, 2020)
Organisation: SELAVIP  
Theme: Covid-19; Housing for Poor
Description: SELAVIP is a private foundation that supports housing projects (new housing, land title regularization and water systems) for very poor urban families in the cities of Africa, Asia and Latin America, including the Caribbean. Our focus is on addressing «extreme social emergency» faced by urban groups dwelling in precarious and unsafe conditions and places, or exposed to evictions. Many poor families cannot dream of accessing conventional housing programs, this is why SELAVIP wants to offer accessible alternatives to these persons. For the year 2021 and considering the serious humanitarian crisis that the COVID 19 pandemic will leave, we hope to receive innovative proposals that primarily address critical problems of sustainable housing and sanitation, to support with economic resources those who propose an effective improvement in the quality of life of the poorest of the poor.
Eligibility: NGOs from India can apply for this grant
Grant Amount: Maximum amount per Project is USD 72,000
Apply by: June 30, 2020

53 Free Non-profit Webinars for May 2020 from Wild Apricot

The COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed how the world functions, and the nonprofit sector is no exception.

Organizations are looking for ways to fundraise while adhering to social distancing regulations, staff are working remotely and events are being cancelled across the globe.

In this challenging time, it’s more important than ever for us to come together and share knowledge and resources. The webinars below cover everything your nonprofit needs to know about how to weather the COVID-19 storm and what the nonprofit sector will look like once the pandemic is over.

Topics in this month’s (May 2020) roundup include crowdfunding, online fundraising, virtual events, social media, fundraising plans, budgeting, board management, donor retention, volunteer management and much more.

Link: 53 Free Non-profit Webinars for May 2020 from Wild Apricot