Yes, Bonsucro will provide feedback on applications. The level of detail of the feedback will depend on which stage the project is at in our funding cycle (concept note or […]
A special project selection committee has been established that consists of six members – two Bonsucro staff members, three representatives from the Members’ Council, and one independent advisor who is […]
Yes – we welcome our members to put forward ideas for multiple proposals. If you are submitting multiple applications for the same funding opportunity, you should first contact the Secretariat. […]
Before awarding a grant, applicants will go through a due diligence process. During this process, we will check that co-funding has been allocated correctly. We have also capped the day […]
Co-funding refers to the contribution that project partners need to make towards the cost of the project. This can be either financial or in-kind. This requirement is to make the […]
For the Fund’s pilot, we are focusing on countries which align with the aims of our strategic plan. The eligibility criteria for countries may change after the initial review.
Eligibility to apply to the Bonsucro Impact Fund is an advantage of being a member. This eligibility only applies to full members, not candidate members, and applicants must have had […]
Yes, unsuccessful applicants are welcome to resubmit their project proposal for a future funding cycle.
Bonsucro can assist with the concept note by sense-checking concepts and connecting you to potential partners. For the full project proposal, Bonsucro can offer some technical support if needed, but […]
Applying for grants can be a time-consuming process, especially if you are still finalising your project idea and confirming the partners involved, activities and budget. To make it easier for […]