Ukrainian and U. S. registered non-profit, non-governmental organizations are eligible to apply.
Third country organizations and individuals are not eligible.
Eligible themes are:
Performing and visual arts, including but not limited to all genres of music, dance, fashion, theater,
literature, film, photography, and video.
Fine arts, including but not limited to exhibitions of paintings, sculptures, photography, artifacts, cartoons, murals, graffiti, or other similar works.
Innovative projects in such fields as culinary arts, sports (team and individual, traditional and extreme), urban planning, video and board game design, virtual reality, and others.
Funding priorities are:
Empowering women, youth, and marginalized groups, including but not limited to veterans, persons with disabilities, and internally displaced persons.
Advancing the rights of persons with disabilities.
Encouraging the documentation of national memory and identity.
Integrating marginalized groups into communities.
Strengthening community cohesion and tolerance between, among others, religious, ethno-national, linguistic, and gender groups.
Supporting Ukrainian civil society.
Promoting innovation and entrepreneurship, particularly in the technology sector.
Expanding cultural ties between Ukraine and the United States.
All the projects should promote the U. S. culture in Ukraine or highlight American-Ukrainian collaboration in the chosen thematic field.
Participation of American experts or artists is strongly encouraged.
Collaborative, sustained projects that include educational elements are preferred, as are projects that target less frequently engaged regions of Ukraine.