Have a question about our application process? A set of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) is provided below.
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Please see How to Apply or submit directly an Application Form and Budget Template.
Non-governmental organizations legally registered on the territory of the Republic of Moldova are eligible to apply for funding.
Most EEF funding is by invitation and competitions, made through Foundation-led initiatives. Unsolicited requests for support are welcome for a limited number of funding opportunities.
No. We do not fund stand-alone sponsorships or events.
You may apply for multiple grants if the proposals are for two distinct projects.
Annual amounts vary year to year. In average Foundation awards about $750,000.00 per year for grant activities.
Please, see the list of EEF donors here.
Amounts awarded and time periods vary and depend on the scope and significance of the project. We have made awards ranging from $4,000.00 to $100,000.000, with time periods from three months to two years. Most grants run from six months to one year, and the average award amount is around $12,000.00. To view grants previously awarded, click here.
Approximately 60 awards are made each year.
There are several reasons why the Foundation may decide to decline a proposal; however, some of the most commonly declined proposals are those that:
We require applicants to submit our standard format Application Form and Budget Template.
We do not share proposals as they are considered confidential documents.
We accept Letters of Inquiry throughout the year via e-mail, post, fax or in-person. Organizations whose inquiries align most closely with funding objectives and the Foundations’ mission will be invited to submit a full proposal. In case of grant competition announcement a certain deadline is established.
The entire grant-making process (from letter of inquiry submission, to request for a full proposal, to notification of funding decisions) can take up to six months, so please plan ahead.
EEF grantees are required to submit regular analytical and financial reports to the Foundation that match EEF requirements and local legislation. Typically, reports are due every 3 months, although less frequent interim reports may be required. Final reports are a substantive record of activities conducted and products produced in all the period of a grant and a description of how goals in the approved grant were met both financially and programmatically.
After reviewing our grant-making and eligibility criteria, you may submit a letter of requirement/project proposal for competition.