Funding brief: They are seeking innovators to devise and demonstrate ways to positively engage young people (under the age of 30) in Global Citizenship at scale and in depth.
A young person’s personal interaction with a social cause can easily turn into lifelong commitment. Youth who have had positive experiences in contributing to, for example, the struggle to end disease, tackle gender inequality or educate young people, close at hand, are likely to make sustained contributions to that cause. Flying young people around the world to see first-hand different challenges facing different groups achieves deep engagement, but is not scalable. At the other end of the spectrum is engagement that requires little effort but has little lasting impact on the person involved. This engagement has scale, but not depth.
Donor Name: The Misk Foundations
Funding name: Misk Grand Challenges
Deadline: Misk Grand Challenges Round 1-Proposals due by Wednesday, May 2, 2018 11:30 a.m. U.S. Pacific Daylight Time.
Funding details link: http://miskgrandchallenges.org/global-citizenship-challenge.html
Funding limit: They will not consider funding for Proposals that Require more funds than the US$100,000, or more than 12-18 months to demonstrate success
Special Notes: Please contact with the donor directly for further clarification and understanding.
Project start date: Not found
Project duration: 12-18 months
Eligible organization: As below
Eligibility: They will consider funding for proposals that
● Address the Challenge by showing how they will lead to actions taken by young people that will positively impact one or more of the first six Global Goals.
● Outline concepts that have the potential to be scaled up.
● Focus on learning and gathering data and evidence about how to do positively engage youth by doing that effectively, rather than trying to go for scale or solely developing research.
● Have the potential for scale and depth at reasonable costs.
● Focus on a specific geography or community, but should link to efforts beyond that locality
● There are no geographic constraints as to where in the world proposals should be focused.
● Are entirely online and technology-based, or blended technology and face-to-face, or predominantly offline, with limited use of technology.
● Explain how the activities proposed will lead to the results expected, based wherever possible on experience and data
● Show how the proposed concept or program could in the future achieve the scale and depth of engagement with a clear set of measurements at the pilot stage.
● Describe the innovative approach captured by the concept. The initial pilot project must test the concept at some minimal scale that produces data upon which decisions for future funding could be made.
● They accept applications from both private and public organizations. You must be affiliated with an organization to apply — we are unable to make grants to individuals.
Eligible Country: No country bar found (Open to all regions)
Submission mail: Not found
Other important link:
● Apply: https://app.wizehive.com/appform/login/globalcitizen
● About: http://miskgrandchallenges.org/about.html
● FAQ: http://miskgrandchallenges.org/resources.html
● Form: http://miskgrandchallenges.org/ressources/Application_Form.pdf
● Guideline: http://miskgrandchallenges.org/ressources/MCG%20Rules%20and%20Guidelines.pdf
How to apply: Interested applicant may apply through the website (http://miskgrandchallenges.org/global-citizenship-challenge.html).
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