Grant Process

Requirements on Grantee Organizations

Grant-receiving organizations should

  • be able to further A Future for Every Child’s (“AFEC”) strategic priorities
  • be providing direct services to beneficiaries in India
  • be recognized as a public charity by the governing tax authority
  • provide due diligence information, including identities of major donors, and 2 years of audited financials
  • provide a written proposal for deployment of requested grant (e.g., context, goals, problems at hand, community need, community served, general objectives, expected outcomes, detailed financial plan for grant administration)
  • provide periodic and annual reporting evidencing use of grants
  • arrange potential on-site visits to verify proper use of grant funds
  • acknowledge AFEC’s right to withhold or recover grant funds if such funds are or appear to be misused

Grant Application Process

If you are interested in applying for a grant, please send a Letter of Interest to, describing your organization and outlining the proposed project and budget.

If we decide that the proposed project meets our strategic priorities, you will be requested to submit a complete grant proposal, including certain required information. We fund grants on a rolling basis, for no more than a year at a time, though grants can be renewed. If the grant proposal is approved, we will jointly execute a signed Memorandum of Understanding (“MoU”) and Grant Agreement specifying the agreed upon deliverables.

Last Updated: April 10, 2019

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