The embassies of the United States across various countries around the world have small grants to support NGOs. These programs are referred under different names such as Small Grants Program to NGOs or Civil Society Grant Program or Ambassador’s Program or more specifically on theme-based such as Democracy Grants Program or HIV/AIDS Grants Program.
Interestingly, many of the embassies of the United States have some program or the other that provides direct funding to NGOs. These programs are also annual in nature where proposals are requested from NGOs once every year and a selection process is carried out.
Before you can think of exploring funding at the US embassy in your country, it is important note down a few points.
Most of these grant programs provide small funding. It also means that the proposal writing process is not stressful and time-consuming, but there is a small format that needs to be completed. These grant programs are not open all throughout the year so NGOs need to keep a close watch on the announcements and the deadlines. The funding announcements of these embassies are mostly through their website.
You need to keep monitoring the funding opportunities at the website of the US embassy in your country. To find out about the embassy website in your country, visit this link and select your country.