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How to Apply for WHOA! Grant 2024 (Up-to $5,000)



How to Apply for WHOA! Grant 2024 (Up-to $5,000)

In a bid to foster support for impactful community initiatives, WHOA! has unveiled a revamped grant application process for the year 2024. This initiative, announced by the organization’s leadership, seeks to streamline the allocation of resources to projects aligning with WHOA!’s mission and vision.

To apply, go to:

Under the updated framework, WHOA! will be accepting grant applications up to $5,000 during the first quarter of the year, spanning from January to March. Approved grants will be announced in April, following a thorough review process to ensure alignment with WHOA!’s core values.

Acknowledging the dynamic nature of community needs, WHOA! has also committed to considering larger capital investment grants throughout the year, provided they meet the organization’s criteria and contribute to its overarching goals.

Furthermore, WHOA! has retained the flexibility to address emergencies, such as flooding, fires, or other catastrophic events, by evaluating and responding to urgent funding requests on an ongoing basis.

Prospective applicants are urged to mark their calendars with the new deadline: March 31, 2024. This deadline ensures that project proposals receive due consideration from WHOA!’s funding committee.

Speaking on the criteria for funding, WHOA! emphasized its commitment to supporting projects and programs that demonstrate a significant impact on the community. Priority will be given to initiatives that closely align with WHOA!’s mission statement and have the potential to reach a wide audience.

As the organization gears up for another year of empowering community-driven initiatives, WHOA! invites interested parties to submit their project proposals for review.

To apply, go to:

Bernard Bassey is a graduate of Software Engineering from AfriHUB University, Abuja. He is an expert in field journalism, his interest in socio-politics activities is keen.


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