Google.org, Google’s philanthropic arm, is providing $15M to The Asia Foundation to launch the APAC Cybersecurity Fund in partnership with CyberPeace Institute and Global Cyber Alliance to bolster cyber capabilities of 300,000 underserved micro and small businesses, nonprofits, and social enterprises.
The Risk and Response Fund is a $10 million pool of unrestricted resources that can be deployed with speed when a crisis strikes. It will also ensure Internews has unrestricted funds to cover the organizational risks and costs inherent in operating a multinational nonprofit with programs in the places that need information most.
By making it easy for impact funders and fundees to define, measure, analyze, report and manage their impact projects, we help purpose-driven organizations such as social enterprises and nonprofits get trust-based, continuous funding.
Civitates provides funding for civil society actors to come together, revitalise public discourse, and ensure that all voices are heard. Because we need a strong civil society to shape vibrant and open European democracies that work for all.
Philea (Philanthropy Europe Association) is the leading organisation for foundations, philanthropic organisations and networks working for the common good in Europe. It aims to create connections and knowledge sharing between its members.
The EMIF is entrusted with an objective of public interest to support fact-checking and media literacy initiatives, as well as fundamental research projects, with a view to addressing the phenomenon of online disinformation in Europe and promoting a more resilient and fact-based digital information ecosystem.
We identify political changemakers in Europe and provide them with financial resources, strategic advice, practical support and a community of practice to advance their mission of reimagining politics.
Our nonprofit organization, OpenAI, Inc., is launching a program to award ten $100,000 grants to fund experiments in setting up a democratic process for deciding what rules AI systems should follow, within the bounds defined by the law.
The Global Fact Check Fund will award grants in an open competition for one or a series of programs to support third-party organizations in strengthening the capabilities of fact-checking organizations across the world.
El Premio Latinoamericano Democracia Digital es un concurso online y gratuito donde pueden participar todas las iniciativas digitales de diversa índole (web, blogs, redes sociales u otras herramientas) que promuevan un cambio positivo en la sociedad.
OpenGrants delivers a best-in-class database of grant funding and a marketplace of grant writers, consultants and technical assistance providers. Integrate the power of OpenGrants into your product using our API.
2023 applications for digital equity grant opportunities from the City of Seattle are now open for organizations and community groups looking to help close the digital divide. This year, the City is offering $545,000 for qualifying projects with Technology Matching Fund (TMF) grants.
The Responsible Computing Challenge - supported by the Mellon Foundation, Omidyar Network, Schmidt Futures, Craig Newmark Philanthropies, USAID, Mozilla - fund academic teams that combine faculty and practitioners from Computing, Humanities, Library and Information Science, and Social Science fields in order to reimagine how the next generation of technologists will be educated.
Madica is a structured investment program for pre-seed stage companies in Africa. Madica aims to empower mission-driven founders by democratizing access to world-class company building support, which is available today only to a few well-networked entrepreneurs.
At ex/ante, we’ve created an experimental sandbox for inventive teams to build solutions that advance free societies and counter authoritarianism. We bet early on novel technology that advances democratic values and individual rights. We seek to restore personal control over assets, data, and networks. We provide the right resources to kick-start, build, and scale these concepts—leveraging diverse partners and risk-forward capital.
The Grants have two goals – to contribute to a more equal Europe, both socially and economically – and to strengthen the relations between Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, and the 15 Beneficiary States in Europe.
The Czech OSF was founded in 1992 and since the very beginning has been member of the Open Society Foundations international network. The goal was to re-establish democratic principles in our country, contribute towards the development of a free society, transparency and equality of all people indiscriminately.