The deadline for grants for event series promoting the goals and geopolitical role of the European Union has been extended to Oct. 4.
The EU mission in the United States is doling out grants of up to €15,000 each (about $20,000) for program series in 10 cities where it has a strong diplomatic presence.
Atlanta is included in the €150,000 overall grant package, the winners of which are to be announced in November. The grants are renewable twice for up to three years.
Organizations applying for the grants from a certain city are allowed to propose events across a broader region. For instance, an organization like the World Affairs Council of Atlanta, which has received the grants in the past, could conduct events in six Southeastern states if it has a compelling reason for doing so.
All questions about the tender should be directed to Eva Horelova, deputy head of the press and public diplomacy section at the EU mission in Washington. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, see the original Global Atlanta article here.