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Programme de petites subventions

La tranche actuelle du programme de petites subventions a pris fin le 31 mai 2018


National Trust of Zimbabwe’s Heritage Education Project supported by the SGP

Notre programme de petites subventions (SGP) est conçu pour fournir un soutien à petite échelle mais catalytique à la famille internationale des organisations membres d’INTO, travaillant sur la gestion du patrimoine et les programmes culturels communautaires connexes. Il est ouvert à tous les membres et associés d’INTO en règle.
L’objectif principal du PSC est de renforcer les capacités et de renforcer la durabilité des membres de l’INTO. Sur cette base, les subventions soutiendraient les éléments suivants:

  • Transferring knowledge from experienced members to the less experienced members by supporting travel costs and out of pocket expenses for specialists or volunteers to provide advice;
  • Providing support for internships arranged with experienced INTO members;
  • Supporting fundraising and membership recruitment projects, and preparation of business plans and conservation plans; and
  • Activities to strengthen financial management and member outreach.

Candidate project priorities should be consistent with these criteria, and should be integral with the member organization’s work programme, and be intended for completion within 2 years of approval.

SGP funds would finance up to 50% of candidate project costs. The grant must be matched with other resources, which may be in kind.

Target applications should be for project proposals costing up to a total of £6,000 (UK Pounds) implying an SGP grant of up to £3,000 (£3,000 is the maximum amount we can award).

One of the goals of the SGP is to enable organisations to use their Small Grant as leverage to obtain funding from other sources for their project.

To learn more about the SGP and have a guided tour of the application process watch this YouTube Video.

For further details, please see and study the SGP Guidelines.

When you are ready, submit your application using the online form HERE.

Your application should be submitted online by 31 May 2018.

Maria Islands, Saint Lucia

At the ICNT in Bali, we were delighted to announce the recipient of our latest award: The Saint Lucia National Trust!

The purpose of their project is to investigate sustainable funding mechanisms for managing an offshore island and more specifically is a collaboration between the Saint Lucia National Trust, the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, the National Trust for Jersey and colleagues in Antigua. You can review their successful application here.

Last year, the Sierra Leone Monuments and Relics Commission received a Small Grant for its awareness raising project on Bunce Island, site of European slave trade operations and which is currently on the World Heritage Tentative List.

We are delighted to support this project about which more information can be found here.

In 2015, we awarded Small Grants to the National Trust of Zimbabwe and the Portuguese National Trust. The former was a Cultural Education Heritage Project at the Rhodes Nyanga Historical Exhibition engaging local communities and schools in practical craft skill projects, such as sculpture, spinning, weaving and pottery (see above). An update on the project can be found in Catherine’s blog below.

INTO is a non-profit organisation that relies on public donations to meet the needs of supporting the international National Trust community. Your contribution to the Small Grants Programme is invaluable, and we encourage you to donate using the button below.

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