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The L’Oreal Fund for Women focuses on supporting women and girls’ empowerment, particularly through projects in favor of social or professional integration and education. Grants of up to $150,000+ per year are available, and several sport related interventions have been funded in the past. Specific attention is paid to projects serving refugee women and women with disabilities. Eligible organisations must have been in existence for at least two years. Applications can be made for work taking place anywhere in the world. Apply before February 29th, though future rounds are expected later in the year.

The Scott Bader Commonwealth Local Charity Fund is back, offering awards of up to £10,000 to projects focused on education, poverty or the environment in communities where the company operates around the world including the UK, USA, South Africa, India and several other nations. First-time applicants are encouraged to apply for up to £4,000 only. The fund operates four application windows per year and the next deadline is February 29th.


The Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI) has several country-based calls open around the world. 

See the current open calls here.

"The Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI) provides modest funding for small-scale, high-impact projects in more than 120 countries eligible for official development assistance (ODA). The CFLI has an annual programming budget of $26.8 million, with projects averaging $31,000 each. Projects are planned and implemented mainly by local organizations, and are selected and approved by the relevant Canadian Embassy or High Commission."

Hi everyone, there's an opportunity to apply for 10,000 USD towards your innovative sport initiative. Deadline June 16 -- application form and more details here:

"We are looking for five innovations that can help shape and influence the further development of the Hub. Selected initiatives will receive investment of up to USD $10,000 to extend their innovation, have their approach showcased to a global audience and be among the first cohort of innovators to benefit from wrap-around support through the Hub. You will also have a chance to shape future support provided through the Hub.

And it is easy. All you have to do is submit a video of up to 2 minutes that demonstrates your existing sport for sustainable development innovation and explains how you will use the additional investment to enhance your innovation."