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Call for Applications - Small Grants - VGIF

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VGIF provides small grants up to $7,500 USD to grassroots projects that are led by women and that help empower women and girls, in developing countries around the world. Funding for our project grants come from our members’ donations and bequests, and from our investment income. Over the years, VGIF has set up several board-designated funds to address specific challenges faced by women and girls. For more details, see VGIF Funds.

Empowering women to make a difference in their lives and communities is helping to change the world. To this end, VGIF has funded over 475 projects in 89 countries since 1969.

Grantmaking: Countless studies have shown that advancing the rights of women and girls also advances the family, the community and the country and that failing to do so seriously affects a country’s economic progress. If you are a girl, you are more likely to be a victim of violence, as well as to be denied education, health care, or even birth. Starting from birth, women face progressive discrimination that closes doors regarding credit, land rights, widows’ rights and employment opportunities.

Our Approach: The Virginia Gildersleeve International Fund (VGIF) provides small grants to grassroots projects that empower women and girls. We focus our investments on projects that create local solutions to advance women’s rights and social justice in developing countries. VGIF often provides early support, funding innovative projects that help grow new organizations, test new community change strategies and foster women leaders. We rely on local project directors to identify their own needs, design action strategies and develop projects
 

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Grant: The Sasakawa PAN Asia Fund

 Grants: Women’ Human Rights Defenders

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Grants for water projects in Africa

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