|Application procedure:||Letter of Inquiry|
|Eligible applicants:||Non-Profit Organisation|
|Grant size:||Small - up to $100,000|
|Minimum grant size:||10.000€|
|Total available budget:||400.000€|
|Maximum grant size:||85.000€|
|Funding ratio:||Co-funding preferred|
- Agriculture & Rural Development
- Children & Youth
- Economic Development
- Food Security
- Governance & Democracy
- Human Rights
- Social Inclusion
- Women & Gender
Burundi, Kenya, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Zimbabwe
Bolivia, Guatemala, Haiti, Mexico
Cambodia, Indonesia, Israel, Myanmar, Nepal, North Korea, Palestine, Syria
Founded in 1996 by the German Quaker organisation Quäker-Hilfe e.V. and the American Quaker Relief Organisation AFSC (American Friends Service Committee) the Quäker-Hilfe Foundation is a charitable trust that aims to strengthen the confidence and capacity of people and their communities by tackling the causes of poverty, disease, violence, discrimination and homelessness.
The Foundation implements its own projects as well as provides grant funding for other development NGOs. They fund projects in the areas of: food and nutrition security, poverty alleviation, water and sanitation, education and training, psycho-social support and trauma healing as well as women, youth and children.
NGOs are eligible to apply.
The Foundation has around 20 focus countries worldwide: Latin America (Guatemala, Mexico, Haiti, and Bolivia), Africa (Burundi, Sudan, Somalia, Kenya, Zimbabwe, and South Africa), Middle East (Syria, Israel, and Palestine) and Asia (Nepal, Myanmar, China, North Korea, Cambodia, and Indonesia).
The Foundation has an annual funding volume of around €400,000 and funds approximately 15 projects per year. Individual grant sizes vary between €10,000 and €85,000 and co-financing is preferred for each initiative.
The application procedures and guidelines are not displayed on their website.