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Russkiy Mir Foundation starts accepting applications for grants

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Russkiy Mir Foundation starts accepting applications for grants


01.02.2021


On February 1, 2021, the acceptance of applications for the grant of the Russkiy Mir foundation began.

The spring session will run until 23:30 on March 15, 2021.

For the first time, applications are accepted by filling out an electronic form on the website. It is not required to send an application by mail.

We draw the attention of applicants to the fact that in 2020 a new Regulation on grants was developed, which was amended taking into account the changed realities. In particular, a different procedure for accepting applications for a grant was provided, the deadlines for accepting applications were changed, the period from the application submission to the start of the project was reduced, as well as the period for consideration of applications by the Expert Council.

The Russkiy Mir Foundation supports projects in the following areas:

promotion of the Russian language;
cultural and humanitarian projects abroad.
A special competition nomination "The World of Fyodor Dostoevsky (to the 200th anniversary of the birth of the writer)" is also introduced this year.

To apply for a grant, one must first of all get familiar with the Grants Regulations and step-by-step instructions for completing the application. All information about the fund's grant program, conditions and method of applying can be found here.

Please, contact the Grants Department at [email protected] or by phone: +7 (495) 981-6671 if you have any additional questions.

We are waiting for your applications!

Grants Office
the Russkiy Mir Foundation

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