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The Ukrainian-Danish Youth House Fast-Track Grants

The Fast-Track Grant is a 150.000 EUR grant program that represents the Ukrainian-Danish Youth House’s ability to provide rapid financial and capacity development support to youth civil society organisations and activists in Ukraine.

The Ukrainian-Danish Youth Fast-track Grant is administered by the Secretariat of the Ukrainian-Danish Youth House on behalf of the Danish Cultural Institute in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The Ukrainian-Danish Youth House seeks to support activities in Ukraine as well as between Denmark and Ukraine based on volunteering, which promote, support, or facilitate democracy and freedom in Ukraine, through youth participation, expression, exchange or organization.

Our Fast-track Grant can provide young civil society actors with rapid, critical financial resources, and capacity development support for taking advantage of new opportunities or to protect their work and capacity to contribute to the objectives of the Ukrainian-Danish Youth House: to support the democratic development of Ukraine and to strengthen the ties between young Ukrainians and Danes.

Do you have questions? Please send us an email on grants@theyouthhouse.org.

Who can apply?

Young civil society based in Ukraine or based in Denmark, working in support of Ukraine. Young civil society is defined to include youth organisations, human rights defenders, civil society organisations working with youth below 35, artists, social movements, cultural organization, independent activists and community-based groups.

The applicant should either belong to the age group of 15-35 or work directly with people in this age group. As an individual applicant from Ukraine, one must be registered with Physical Entrepreneur Status (FOP).

How to apply?

1. Read the guidelines

2. Fill out the application form

3. Send it to grants@theyouthhouse.org

There is no deadline for applying – all applicants will be contacted as soon as possible.


NOTE! Ukrainian versions of the guidelines and the application form will be available soon!