U. S. Embassy Moscow’s Public Affairs Section (PAS) is pleased to announce “International Cooperation,” which supports American and Russian cooperation in multinational and binational frameworks to address global issues, rule of law, and international agreements
Funding for this program is now available through our PAS grants office.
This call for proposals outlines our funding priorities, strategic themes, and the procedure for submitting requests for funding.
Applicants may apply for funding for any amount up to $200,00 0. Maximum for Each Award:
$200,00 0. You do not need to submit a grant request for the maximum amount.
Submit a budget that suited to your organization's capacity and tailored to accomplish your goals.
Note that smaller awards may be approved more quickly. Deadline for Applications:
Rolling until June 1, 202 1. Applications are reviewed every month, and funds are distributed as needed on a first-come-first served basis.
Feel free to submit your application at any time between now and June 1. Some grants will be awarded immediately, but in some cases, grant funding will not be available until September 202 1. Please carefully follow all instructions below.
Please use the grant application document and budget template found on our website.
PAS Moscow invites proposals for projects that promote American and Russian cooperation in multinational and binational frameworks to address global issues, rule of law, and international agreements and partnerships.
The program promotes a broader understanding of the impact of American and Russian cooperation and multinational engagement.
Competitive proposals should also include a connection with American expert(s), organization(s), or institution(s) that will promote increased cooperation between the people of the United States and Russia even after the program has ended.
Out of an abundance of caution, due to the ongoing pandemic, PAS Moscow cannot fund projects that involve travel or in-person interaction at this time.
Any proposal that includes an in-person element must also explain how the program would take place virtually in the likely event that in-person activities remain impossible.
Proposals that do not include such a plan may not be given further consideration by the grants committee.
Proposals can include, but are not limited to, the following themes:
International Commitments Increasing awareness and addressing global issues, rule of law, and international agreements and partnerships; American and Russian collaboration in international festivals and events promoting global citizenry and issues; Promoting pluralism and peaceful coexistence, of different interests and values within society Area Two:
Educating Global Citizens Promoting English language skills in Russia and US-Russia English language partnerships Supporting US-Russia debate partnerships and debate education and skill-building in Russia Developing civil-society educational programming Area Three:
Bilateral Cooperation Supporting Sister City projects and cooperation Informing about the 80th anniversary of the World War II Lend-Lease Act Proposals may NOT:
Solely benefit one Russian or American entity, business, or university.
All income generated from grant projects must be used to further the goals of the programs.
For example, income earned through a demonstration project must be used to extend the duration of the project or fund more participants.
Should not primarily focus on academic or scientific research.
Should not be political in nature.
Deadline for Applications:
Rolling until June 1, 2021 Total Amount Available:
Amount pending funds availability Maximum for Each Award:
$200,000 Who may apply:
U. S. and Russian nonprofits, institutions of higher education, NGOs and civil society, museums, parks, reserves, and community organizations.
Corporate entries and individuals may only receive grant funding in limited circumstances.
Please email us if you have questions about funding for corporations or individuals.
Please download the instructions and budget template.