LOT 2 Come and Join us to Make Europe Sustainable for All: Apply for a grant for your local project!

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Do you campaign on the Sustainable Development Goals ? Want to break out of your specific focus and work alongside others working on different SDG-related topics? You might be eligible for a grant of up to € 7000!

As part of the EEB-led project Make Europe Sustainable for Allfinancial support is available to local groups, grass-root organisations, and other civil society actors working at the local level in order to strengthen capacity, knowledge sharing and information exchange on the implementation and monitoring of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and to raise awareness of the transformative role the SDGs can have for every EU citizen and their role in promoting Agenda 2030.

We welcome applications for local project proposals in 15 countries (Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain) before the closing date of 6 May 2018.

Who can apply?
– Local grassroots organisations/entities
– Local members of national civil society organisations (CSOs) operating at the local level
– Local citizens groups, including student groups, clubs, civic initiative groups and similar

Note: National organisations are eligible if the action involves local groups and people at the grass-roots level.

In order to be eligible, applicants must:
a) Be legal persons and/or a registered entity.
b) Be non-profit making
c) Be established in one of the 15 project partner countries

Note: An applicant can submit only one proposal in the same Call for proposals at the national level.

To find out more consult the call for proposals:
LOT 2 Subgranting scheme 2018 – Call for proposals
LOT 2 Subgranting scheme 2018 – Budget
LOT 2 Subgranting scheme 2018 – Application Form

For more information:

Kasia Tusiewicz, EEB Project Officer


+32 2 274 10 85