Who can apply?
Applications for Beyond the Net funding will primarily be accepted from Internet Society Chapters or projects with an Internet Society Chapter actively involved. However, we will also consider on a case-by-case basis applications from Internet Society members who do not have an Internet Society Chapter in their country.
What kind of projects do we fund?
We fund projects that support our mission and use the internet to help change lives. We support projets that help the community, providing tools and skills and creating visibility to your Chapter. We offer several programmes:
- Small projects you can finish in a short time funding (up to 3 500 USD);
- Medium-scale funding (up to 10 000 USD) and;
- Large-scale funding (up to 30 000 USD) and;
- Chaperthon; working together in one common goal and;
- Chapter Admin; to help your Chapter run day to day activities.
When can you Apply?
|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|
- Prepare Carefully by reading the programmes Elibigibility criteria and check Applicant tools below
- Participate in an upcoming Info Session
Apply for small scale projects
Apply for medium or large scale projects
General Selection Criteria
We want to ensure project have a high success rate, so we have rigorous selection criteria. We look at a number of things like:
- The long-term impact of your project
- The impact on people’s lives of your project
- Is your community involved?
- Can the other chapters replicate your project?
What if your project proposal is successful?
By submitting your project proposal, you agree to the following conditions if your application is successful:
- Accept and Sign the Internet Society Terms and Conditions before receiving funding;
- Report periodically on the projects progress and impact of the community;
- Credit the Internet Society.
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