Грантовий конкурс «Діти та благодійність: конкурс мінігрантів до ініціативи #ЩедрийВівторокКоженВівторок»
- Description of the competition
- Zagoriy Foundation проводить щорічний конкурс мінігрантів в рамках руху #ЩедрийВівторок.
Цього року наш конкурс є частиною ініціативи #ЩедрийВівторокКоженВівторок, її мета – наголосити на важливості робити добрі справи систематично та регулярно протягом року.
- The purpose of the competition
- Activation of organizations working with children to spread the ideas of charity culture and popularize the culture of helping children.
- Topics of the competition
- Involvement of children in charity
The topic involves the implementation of projects aimed at implementing charitable initiatives with the participation of children and informing children in an interesting way about the need to do good deeds.Promotion of the culture of helping children
The topic includes projects that inform, promote, develop a culture of care and directly implement assistance to organizations that support children.
Dates of acceptance of requests:
from May 12 to June 1, 2021 inclusive (23:59)
Announcement of results: June 21, 2021.
Submit a non-competitive request
Zagoriy Foundation opens opportunities for institutions and organizations to submit non-competitive proposals for charitable assistance for charitable, social and cultural projects.
The topics of the announced grant contests do not cover all the areas that the Zagoriy Foundation supports within its strategy. If you have an interesting project idea that corresponds to the values and activities of the Zagoriy Foundation, but do not see the relevant open contests — you can submit an idea to us for consideration.
The Foundation considers all proposals of a social, charitable or cultural nature. Preference will be given to those projects that meet the priorities of the Fund, which are the values of the Fund and the founding family, in particular:
• The Culture of Charitable Giving
• Development of patronage
• Culture support
The AntiCovid-19 grant competition is designed to raise resources to counter the pandemic and support projects aimed at protecting people from the virus, updating and supporting the communities during the pandemic.
Promoting the improved provision of emergency healthcare and resuscitation for victims and patients both in normal conditions and in emergencies: development of a series of lectures, guidelines and curricula for course instructors (manual printed and sent to 23 regional resource centers of emergency healthcare), providing training to 45 instructors, creating an online platform with training materials and tests.
Psychological counseling and support groups to reduce social tension, assist in the development of coping strategies and psychological resilience of people in self-isolation, quarantine, observation and health workers who provide healthcare during the pandemic in Luhansk and Donetsk regions. A total of 1,201 consultations were provided to 753 persons and 24 group consultations were conducted for 192 persons.
The project created information messages in easy-to-read language for people with mental disabilities.
The project developed and disseminated a series of 10 information materials to promote COVID-19 success stories and best practices at the local level, as well as to disseminate important information to citizens. An electronic multimedia guide «How to Live in a Pandemic: Models and Solutions for Communities» has also been developed and made available.
Launch of the Anti-Crisis Fund in Ivano-Frankivsk to collect needs and close requests from medical institutions, produce personal protective equipment, provide targeted assistance to vulnerable groups, online podcasts on Urban Space Radio, information campaign, business support.
Providing 55 orphans, children from single-parent families and children with disabilities from 18 families in Volyn region with computer equipment for distance learning.
Establishment of a call center for cancer patients who do not cope with the conditions they found themselves in due to the coronavirus pandemic and need urgent care. Developing a course and providing training to 45 psychologists to set up a psychological care headquarters.
The grant program #GivingTuesdayNOW is designed to promote the Day of Good Deeds – the initiative #GivingTuesday and the importance of helping every day. This has become especially relevant and important with the onset of the global pandemic, when non-governmental organizations face new challenges and difficulties in their work, and more and more people need help.
3D printing of 596 protective masks for doctors against COVID-19 on 3D printers.
Conducting an information campaign and mobilizing civic neighborhood movement for protection of the rights of vulnerable populations of the city of Mykolaiv during the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic in Ukraine. Targeted assistance was provided to cover 60 requests from the elderly and persons with disabilities; a local database of volunteers was created.
Providing online psychological counseling for 55 families from 17 regions of Ukraine that raise children and young people with autism who have sought help due to deterioration of children’s condition during the lockdown (about 200 persons).
Conducting a charity online lottery involving more than 200 Internet users. Distributinng about 30 hot lunches; fifty families received targeted assistance, which included food, chemicals, and personal protective equipment.
GivingTuesday (September 22 to October 13, 2020)
Creation of an Internet platform for providing information services to people (in particular, to vulnerable groups) of Pervomaisk who suffer the aftermaths of quarantine. Providing targeted assistance in the form of social food packages, masks for 100 persons who come from vulnerable groups.
Competition on innovative ideas for development of the culture of charitable giving in Ukraine
The competition is aimed at supporting creative ideas for development of the culture of charitable giving in Ukraine by launching training curricula, information campaigns, new approaches to charity and involving people in charity.
Promoting historical memory on social philanthropic practices through the production and distribution of videos and graphics about prominent philantropists of Ukraine and their achievements.
Increasing trust in charity among young people in Lviv and the Western region by implementing a communication campaign to raise regular small contributions for the benefit of children and youth with disabilities at Dzherelo Center.
Creation of a special media project about the leaders of Ukrainian charity in the format of interviews and photo stories.
Training for dentists and hairdressers who want to provide services to people with autism and intellectual disabilities. The project entails further support of institutions and provision of sensor equipment for customer service.
Development and distribution of a scratch map 50 Good Deeds among 1,500 children to promote the habit of doing good deeds regularly and positive motivation for charity in children aged 6-11 years.
Minigrants competition #GivingTuesday
#GivingTuesday grant competition is aimed at supporting the most promiment activities on the international Good Deeds Day.
Mobilisation and involvement of community resources for psychological and social assistance to families with a child with a severe or incurable disease through the implementation Give an hour project.
Busting the myths associated with donation and tattoos. Involving people who have tattoos in regular donations.
Carrying out charitable master classes for children who visit Children’s and Youth Social Center at Charitable Foundation Caritas-Lviv and other interested children to paint 60 cup holders and express words of support to children undergoing treatment of different diseases. The aim of the project is to show children that joining charity is useful and enjoyable.
Increasing the level of the culture of charitable giving in high school children in Dnipro by holding a contest of videos of good deeds.
Conducting an online photo exhibition of portraits of the elderly and a series of interviews to highlight the main problems and stereotypes faced by the elderly in everyday life.
Development of culture of charitable giving through involvement of 105 children from families in difficult life circumstances in the action Hurry to do good with the Red Cross. Conducting a series of art-therapeutic classes for these children and raising charitable funds for the needs of children.
Launch of software development and design courses for groups of teenagers with disabilities and other vulnerable groups.
Conducting an arts festival-competition “Z dobrym sertsem” for children of the community, including children from families in difficult life circumstances.