VGIF Small Grants for Grassroots Projects

The Virginia Gildersleeve International Fund (VGIF) is providing small grants for grassroots projects that empower women and girls in developing countries. It supports women’s organizations based outside of the United States by providing small grants for an array of community needs up to $7,500 USD.

The areas of support are:

  • Community development
  • Health and nutritional support
  • Literacy and leadership training
  • Educational seminars and workshops
  • Women’s human rights
  • Organizations that are governed and directed by women.

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Yipe an acronym for the Youth Interactive Portal for Enterprise is an organization that assists entrepreneurs to start up and manage their small businesses.

4 Responses to VGIF Small Grants for Grassroots Projects

  1. We are a community based organisation that works with women and girls and is interested in the health and welbeing of individuals and groups in our community.We want to put in a request for funds to enable us carry out our community planned programmes.

  2. yipe says:

    Michelle, this opportunity is closed, but you can find other open funding announcements by visiting http://www.yipekenya.org/News.htm

  3. thanks for rhis opportunity to make askmple comment. Am accordinator of awomen founded assiocation in uganda and having many other orogran as well, how do i conliufy for VGIF grant? let me hear from you.

  4. thanks for rhis opportunity to make asimple comment. Am accordinator of awomen founded assiocation in uganda and having many other programs as well, how do i conlify for VGIF grant? let me hear from you.

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