Project teams had the opportunity to state on the application whether they would need any advice and, if so, what kind. In addition, the jury sometimes makes a recommendation for specialist support. After this, the project leadership at “ici. here together.” arranges specialist support if possible.
It is not possible to request advice after this point.
If you have not had any, or in your view, enough, specialist support – financed by “ici. here together.” – you can look for suitable services offered by our partners.
Many projects requested networking opportunities. We recommend contacting the other project teams directly and entering into dialogue with them.
“ici. here together.” is one of the few funding programmes to offer both money and professional advice. This type of specialist support is carefully reviewed and arranged.
If you have not had any, or in your view, enough, specialist support, you can look for suitable services offered by our partners.
Feel free to explore the services offered by our regional partners.
If you’ve already got experience of volunteering and want to share this with others (e.g. in an “ici. here together.” newsletter), get in touch: email@example.com
Here are a couple of ideas:
- Work together to decide who needs to do what and when
- Communicate clearly and transparently
- Listen to each other and design the project so it works for everyone
- Create trust and maintain appreciative relationships with all stakeholders
- Plan with an eye to the future
- Work resources from vitamin B
If you’ve already discovered how to organise your projects better, get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
The amount of financial support is reviewed by the programme director and jury and set for the project in question. This takes into account the amount requested in the application and the jury’s recommendation.
The money is paid in two instalments.
Step 1: sign the contract (funding agreement).
Step 2: the project draws up an invoice (you will receive an invoice template with the contract). The first instalment is in the contract.
Step 3: transfer of the second instalment to the project.
Step 4: submission of the interim report (by 23 March 2023 at the latest).
Step 5: the project draws up an invoice (you will receive an invoice template with the contract). The second instalment is in the contract.
Step 6: transfer of the second instalment to the project.
Please always send your invoices to: email@example.com
The money is intended for the agreed period. Under the contract, the projects are obliged to use the money for the agreed activities.
The money is to be used depending on the activity, and by 30 April 2024 at the latest.
Has your project changed substantially or are there major differences from your application? If so, get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Financial support, in other words, money (see contract)
- Specialist support, in other words, advice (if applicable, see contract)
- Accompanying research
- Support with communication
- Community events where you can meet other people and network
- Simple, straightforward processing of financial support
- Contact person for any questions