If you’re scared you’re gonna squeeze your CEO’s neck after reading this, just read and squeeze it anyways. It’s her fault you’ll miss your stipend for a couple of months.
You have to start holding your CEO responsible for missing things like this. If you have a CFO or an Accountant, then you might have to pass the blame to him/ her; that’s if you guys have agreed that the CEO should focus on strategy while the CFO handles cash in.
If they claim they didn’t see it, just show them this older link with all these grant opportunities right here:
So make no mistake, it’s their fault.
Let’s move on to see these grants and awards
1. Data Innovations Grants – $250,000
The Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data has a new multi-million dollar funding initiative to support innovative collaborations for data production, dissemination linked to the Sustainable Development Goals.
Apply before September 1st, for up to $250,000 per project implemented in low and low-middle-income countries.
2. Development Innovations Grants – $50,000
The Development Innovations program is awarding $50,000 grants to support civil society organizations and private-sector companies who can propose creative approaches to address development challenges using ICTs.
Apply before August 26th, for up to $50,000 per project implemented in Cambodia.
3. Indigo Trust Grants – £10,000 (Still Alive)
Indigo Trust funds mobile and web technology work aimed at improving transparency, accountability and service delivery in sub-Saharan Africa, including access to information, legislative transparency, budget data work and parliamentary monitoring.
Apply now, for up to £10,000 per project implemented in sub-Sahara Africa.
4. ISIF Asia Awards – $3,000
The ISIF Asia Awards acknowledge the important contributions Internet technology innovators have made through creative solutions to the Asia Pacific region and are granted to initiatives on the last stages of implementation.
Apply by September 15th, for AUD 3,000 plus a travel stipend to attend the awards ceremony.
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