Korean Green Foundation’s Small Grants for Environment, Education and Research

Deadline: 8 April 2016

Korean Green Foundation’s 2016 Green Asia Grant Program is accepting applications from NGOs in Asia to provide small grants in areas of environment, education and research.

The grant supports activities of civil society organizations and strengthen the environmental grassroots network in Asia. The Foundation aspires to find solutions for environmental problems within Asian countries which are most affected by environmental issues.

A maximum of US $5000 is available for each grantee. Areas of the Grant Program are:

  • Climate Change
  • Renewal Energy
  • Natural Conservation
  • Other Environmental Issues in Local Areas

Up to 10 organizations will be selected through the review and the selection criteria includes:

  • Feasibility & Appropriateness
  • Contribution to the community
  • Sustainability & Scalability
  • Reasonable and detailed budget plan
  • Mission capabilities etc.

Selected organization must state that the ‘Korea Green Foundation as a sponsor on any related banners, pamphlets or other materials. Detailed schedule including site monitoring will be announced at a later time.

For more information, visit the Korean Green Foundation.

Comments

  1. Yousaf Masih says:

    I am yousaf Masih, working with Dar-ul-Mussarat Karachi. Centre for children with special needs. I am also member of IASE. DuM k is working for the rehabilitation and development of the children with special needs since last 30 years. DuM K is in need of funding as it is going through deficit since 2009. We have stopped so many activities in our school. We are extending this request for funding for the project attached with and also seeking to have a staff exchange program with organization in developed countries to train our teacher on international standard for the promotions of our current programs in developing countries such as our, for further information please feel free to contact.
    Regards,
    Yousaf Masih

  2. Hello,
    I am sorry, but I dont find the programm on the greenfund.org side. What is the name of the programm or do you have a direct link?
    Thank you!

    • Ritu Saini says:

      Hi Esther,
      For information regarding the application procedure, eligibility criteria and more, please visit the link given on the last line of the post.

      Thank You!

  3. MANIK TISSO says:

    South Korea , Seul is the Capital where I was happened to attend 14th Baptist World Alliance meeting was held in the year 1990. It was a beautiful and colorful city.And it would be more beautiful for your good will to help the needy specially this Third World Country India,North East India.

    • Deepika Singh says:

      Hi Manik,

      Fundsforngos is not a funding organization and we do not provide grants and scholarships. We are a social enterprise that provides fundraising guides, resources, and the latest funding opportunities to help you fundraise better and secure grant funding.

      You can find a good range of opportunities and programmes at https://fundsforngos1.wpengine.com/

      Thank You!

  4. Kustiono Musri says:

    I am interested to immediately submit a proposal on efforts to minimize the negative impact of plastic waste through the program “junk shodaqoh”

    • Deepika Singh says:

      Hi Kustiono,

      Fundsforngos is not a funding organization and we do not provide grants. We are a social enterprise that provides fundraising guides, resources, and the latest funding opportunities to help you fundraise better and secure grant funding.

      For information regarding the application procedure, eligibility criteria and more , please visit the link provided in the last line at the end of the post.

      Thank You!