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Socially oriented non-profit organisations receive Presidential grants

June 10, 2022

First Deputy Chief of Staff of the Presidential Executive Office Sergei Kiriyenko held a meeting of the Coordination Committee on holding Presidential grant competitions to promote civil society, which finalises the allocation of grants in 2022.

The Coordination Committee summed up the results of the second competition to allocate the 2022 Presidential grants to promote civil society.

In all, 11,203 projects were submitted to the competition. The winners were 1,889 socially oriented non-profit organisations whose projects received the highest scores from independent experts. The Coordination Committee approved the allocation of 3.8 billion rubles in Presidential grants to carry out these initiatives.

This year, the Presidential Grants Foundation allocated 9.8 billion rubles to support non-profit and non-governmental organisations, including 6 billion rubles that were distributed among the winners of the first competition in 2022 and also among the regions to co-finance their local competitions for non-profit organisations.

This year marks the fifth anniversary of the Presidential Grants Foundation, the sole government support operator for non-profit organisations in the Russian Federation. Since April 2017, the Foundation has held 13 competitions, providing support to 23,852 socially important projects through grants worth 49 billion rubles. The Foundation allocated another 3.6 billion rubles to fund regional competitions for non-profit organisations in 2021 and 2022.

June 10, 2022