Deadline: Ongoing
AmplifyChange offers four grant types, ranging from our smallest Opportunity Grants, supporting civil society organisations working at a local level, to our largest Partnership Grants, supporting established groups to strengthen civil society movements and foster the capacity of smaller civil society organisations (CSOs). Funding is available during time-limited application windows. We support CSOs located in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).
Type of Grant
Strengthening Grant
Open For Applications
Support to medium sized groups seeking to advocate for SRHR beyond their local communities
Up to GBP 200,000 total grant amount
2 – 3 years
2. Opportunity Grant
Grant to support SRHR advocacy at a local level
Up to GBP 75,000 total grant amount
1.5 – 2 years
3. Network Grant
Significant support to networks and coalitions to encourage movement building
GBP 300,000 – GBP 750,000 total grant amount
2 – 3 years
4. Partnership Grant
Significant support to established groups working to build and strengthen civil society movements and foster the capacity of smaller CSOs
GBP 500,000 – GBP 1,500,000 total grant amount
2 – 3 years
AmplifyChange accepts proposals from civil society organisations who are:
Located in, and implementing a project in, one of the AmplifyChange eligible countries listed under each grant type.
Working on advocacy aiming to achieve change in one of our outcome areas.
Focusing on one or more of our sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) priority areas.
AmplifyChange does not accept proposals from:
International non-governmental organisations (INGOs) based in high-income countries (HICs).
UN agencies
Individual activists or researchers
Organisations seeking to deliver services unless they contribute to SRHR advocacy and movement building.
Civil society organisations (CSOs) can include, but are not limited to:
Community groups
Youth groups
Non-governmental organisations
Indigenous groups
Charitable organisations
Women’s rights organisations
Faith-based organisations
Human rights organisations
Research institutes
Social enterprises
Public-private partnerships
Communications and media groups
Professional associations

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