Apply now for the WWF Partnership Incubation Funding Program South Africa. The program seeks to support innovative and novel partnership models that encourage collaboration among CSOs, both environmental and social, as well as to provide support and encouragement in the development of proposals to potential funders.
The Partnership Incubation Funding program is a technical and financial support initiative run by the Climate Ambition to Accountability Project (CAAP).
The Climate Ambition to Accountability Project (CAAP) is co-funded by the European Union through their Climate Change Champions Programme and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency. The program is implemented by WWF South Africa, Climate Action Network South Africa, and the Institute for Economic Justice.
Eligibility and Requirements for the Incubation Funding Program
Participants must meet the following:
- Participants must have evidence of a partnership between two or more civil society organizations, youth organizations, or community-based organizations legally established and operating in South Africa.
- Participant’s work must be registered in the South African CSO or a Community-Based Organization.
- Participants must provide at least one bank account, partner organizations profiles, and BEE status.
- Participant organizations must have a clean record and not be investigated for fraud, corruption, sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, or other wrongdoing.
- Participants should not be currently receiving funding from the European Union entirely or partly under the Climate Change Champions Programme.
What You Stand to Gain from the Incubation Funding Program
Selected participants will receive the following:
- Selected partnerships will receive a one-time grant of up to R20,000 to support their time spent developing proposals.
- Up to 7 proposals will be selected in year 3 and 4 of the CAAP project (ending March 2025).
The application deadline is 31st October 2023.
For more information, visit the official webpage of WWF South Africa.