Welcome to NCM-Grants!

At the moment all application rounds are closed.

The NGO Programme is financed by the Nordic countries in order to support the development of a strong and dynamic civil society in the Baltic Sea Region and helps expanding the capacity of NGOs in the Baltic countries by sharing experience and knowledge with the Nordic partners.

The grant programme is administrated by the offices of the Nordic Council of Ministers' in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania respectively.

Use the application system to:

  • Fill your application step by step until the deadline,
  • Send your application to the administrators of the programmes,
  • Report about granted project,
  • See your previous applications (2012 and later),
  • Get in touch with the administrators,
  • Recieve information about the support programmes.

Grant guidelines
How to use application system?

Please enter the email address for your account. A verification code will be sent to you. Once you have received the verification code, you will be able to choose a new password for your account.

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Nordic Council of Ministers’ Grant Programme for Nordic-Baltic Non-Governmental Organisations’ (NGO) Cooperation 2019 Estonia

The NCM expects applications from NGOs and foundations working in public interest, and which strive for increasing social cohesion and strengthening civil society.

Application round opens: 15 January 2019, Deadline: 1 March 2019

Nordic Council of Ministers’ Grant Programme for Nordic-Baltic Non-Governmental Organisations’ (NGO) Cooperation 2019 Latvia

The NCM expects applications from NGOs and foundations working in public interest, and which strive for increasing social cohesion and strengthening civil society.

Application round opens: 15 January 2019, Deadline: 1 March 2019

Nordic Council of Ministers’ Grant Programme for Nordic-Baltic Non-Governmental Organisations’ (NGO) Cooperation 2019 Lithuania

The NCM expects applications from NGOs and foundations working in public interest, and which strive for increasing social cohesion and strengthening civil society.

Application round opens: 15 January 2019, Deadline: 1 March 2019