Tilda Grant for Nonprofit Organizations

We're trying to make the world a better place.

This is why we support nonprofit organizations around the world

Each month we award 5 free annual subscriptions to nonprofits contributing to the well-being of society and the planet. We believe that this grant will help spread awareness of their cause and inspire others to make a difference. To win a free subscription, log into your Tilda account, fill in the application form and wait for the results. We will publish lists of the winning projects on this page every last Friday of the month.
Submit an Application
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Contact information
Please attach a scan of the Certificate of Registration as NPO (or equivalent)
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Who can apply
Proposals can be made by charitable, nonprofit, nongovernmental and social change organizations developing projects in one of the sectors listed below
Science and Technology
Charity and Volunteerism
Healthcare
Mother and Child Welfare
Culture and Arts
Social Welfare
Flora and Fauna Protection
Promotion of Physical Fitness, Sports and Healthy Lifestyles
FAQ
If our application was not selected, can we resubmit it next month?
Yes, you can submit your application again.
What are the evaluation criteria?
Scale of the project, current results of work and official registration. Please note that we do not consider applications from religious and political organizations.
I am a nonprofit organization employee and would like to create a personal website, can I apply for the grant?
Unfortunately, you cannot. The website must comply with the objectives mentioned in the articles of incorporation.
We have submitted our application. How do we know if our project won?
We select 5 winners every last Friday of the month. Selected applicants will receive an email notification.
We won a free annual subscription. When it expires, can we apply for the second time?
Yes, you can do this once your free subscription period ends. To apply for the second time, describe the results you have achieved over the past year in the application form.
We are developing a meaningful social project but we are not registered as a nonprofit organization yet. Are we eligible to apply?
Yes, you can apply for the grant.
I still have questions, what can I do?
Contact our support through the form in your personal account on Tilda or send us an email to team@tilda.cc
The winning projects
May 2021
1. “Foodbank”. Help the needy get meals.
Instagram, Facebook

2. AIESEC in Kazakhstan. Developing leadership potential in youth across Kazakhstan by providing cross-cultural experience and hosting social projects.
Instagram, Instagram (2)

3. Achalasia Research. Supporting those with Achalasia, by providing support, guidance and resource information, and contacts that people can use and discover.

4. Kom i gang ("Get goin"). Help people with pollenallergy, hayfever and related asthma, to be able to have an active physical life, also during the spring and the summer, where birch and grass pollen is in the air.
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
March 2021
1. Paspartu Non-Profit Cultural Association. Association which supports and implements projects related to culture and ecology
Facebook

2. Byverkstedet. Non-profit organization devoted to improving places for people together with the people. Started in 2013 as a group of volunteers wanting to improve their surroundings in Tøyen, has since grown to an organization and creative studio that works with placemaking projects all over Oslo. Based on participation and local potential our work centers around creating collective visions and finding actionable solutions.
Instagram, Facebook

3. Sharing Hands Foundation. Creating awareness about the less fortunate and empowering people to help them with dignity.
InstagramFacebook, Twitter, LinkedIn

4. Pe Stop distributes free menstrual hygiene packages; organize free menstrual hygiene classes; work with legislators in order to make these basic products more easily available to girls and women living in poverty.
Instagram, Facebook
February 2021
1. User Research & Experience Lab at the University of Zadar (Republika Hrvatska). The aim of the UXLab is raising awareness of the importance of user-oriented design and the transfer of knowledge and competencies needed to develop products and services tailored to users' needs and expectations.

2. Toni Garrn Foundation. Is working towards a world where all children, especially girls, can realize their full potential. The foundation raises money for projects that advances and supports the rights of young women in Africa with education projects at our core.
Instagram, Facebook
January 2021
1.  Confetti. Confetti teaches on-line English lessons to preschool, elementary and junior high school age children
Instagram, Facebook

2. Floating EKA. Non-profit project that engages artists and ordinary people into a dialogue, co-creation and interdisciplinary collaborations by means of art.
Instagram, Facebook, Youtube
December 2020
1. Empower Moldova Nonprofit Organization. Helping families with children and people, who are going through an acute material crisis, to improve their conditions and quality of life. Mission – to empower the people of Moldova.

2. Precious Plastic Georgia. Сollect plastic waste in Georgia and make it precious. Mission – to tackle plastic pollution. The collection is run by a group of people, not a corporation or the government. Give plastic a new life, transforming it into raw material or products. Besides, their goal is to inform and educate society on plastic pollution and how to solve this global problem.
Instagram, Facebook, Youtube
October 2020
1. Latin American HIV Journalism Network
Instagram, Facebook, Twitter

2. Invisible City
Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Telegram

3. Vivito y Puebleando
vivitoypuebleando.com

4. Global Center for Impact
Facebook, impactcomms.org
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