Deadline – IMF $15,000 Entrepreneurial Funding
Our grant cycle for Fiscal Year 2022 has concluded. Our Fiscal Year 2023 grant cycle will open for applications in November 2022.
The Grant Review Committee meets during February-March and final decisions are communicated to applicants in April. The average grant is US $15,000.
Eligibility – IMF $15,000 Entrepreneurial Funding
In addition to nonprofit organizations registered under section 501(c)3 under the US Internal Revenue Code, other non-profit organizations will also be considered as potential grant recipients provided they can demonstrate non-profit status in the country where they are headquartered.
All applications will be fully vetted by the grant review committee. Applicants must have established records of effective performance and sound financial management (as reflected, for example, in recent audited financial statements).
Applicants must also agree to report to the IMF on their use of grants received from the IMF.
Multiyear commitments cannot be made but organizations may reapply annually for grants. However, charities who received grants for three consecutive years will not be able to apply for the next two consecutive years.
Grants will not be given to:
- Veterans’ associations, fraternities, sororities, and social clubs.
- Political, lobbying, or labor organizations.
- Private individuals, or for fundraising events.
Faith-based organizations are eligible to apply for grants provided that their services are open to all, without any religious qualification or conditions.