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Beyond the Net Funding Programme

Beyond the Net - Impact Report 2015

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Applications for Beyond the Net Medium and Large programmes are open thru Thursday, 23 March 2017.

The Internet Changes Everything

At the Internet Society, we believe that the internet has the power to change lives. That’s why we’ve launched the Beyond the Net Funding Programme, giving everyone the chance to make a positive difference and join us in our mission to provide open, secure internet access for all.

Our Beyond the Net Funding Programme gives Internet Society members the opportunity to contribute at a local or regional level through an Internet Society Chapter. We support bright ideas that work in partnership with local organisations to empower people around the world. 

How Beyond the Net funding works 

We first started funding community Internet projects back in 2005, and we’ve supported over 180 projects since then. These projects are planned and brought to life by our members. 

We’ve helped fund projects covering everything from education and policy-making, from teaching technical skills to at-risk young people, to helping local engineers deploy leading technology. 

Examples of successful projects include:

For more project stories click here

Do you have an idea for a project? 

We support bright ideas that work in partnership with local organisations to empower people around the world. Check our programmes specifications (link below) or join us in one of the upcoming Info Sessions

Applications for Beyond the Net Medium and Large programmes are open thru Thursday, 23 March 2017.

Calendar of Applications

Programme Name Application Deadline Evaluation Period Final Decisions
BNet Medium and Large grants 3 January to 23 March 2017 April - May 2017 30 May 2017
BNet Small Grants 30 November 2017 Ongoing Ongoing
Chapterthon 1 August - 15 September 2017 October 2017 October 2017
Chapter Admin Funding 1 April to 15 July Ongoing Ongoing

Any questions?

Feel free to contact beyondthenet@isoc.org or contact your Internet Society Chapter.