The Grants’ Fair is a series of meetings with institutions / companies that offer various forms of support to entities from the European Union and the Eastern Partnership countries.
This year's Grants’ Fair will be held entirely online at 1:00-2:00 p.m. on 6-9 October.
During the meetings, the participants will have the chance to obtain information on the potential forms of support and ask questions (via chat) to the experts representing a specific Fund.  
We provide simultaneous translation into – English, Polish and Russian.

Creative Europe is the European
Union’s financial support programme for the creative, cultural and audiovisual sectors in Europe.
The programme will allocate EUR 1.46 billion to the forthcoming European projects to be executed within 7 years. It aims to promote the European cultural diversity and heritage, build professional competencies, reach new audiences  by increasing access to culture and audiovisual works.
The programme has sub-programmes: MEDIA, Culture and a cross-sectoral strand.

The TechSoup Foundation has been working tirelessly to support 3.0 sector since 2009, both in Poland and in Europe. Our mission is to assist civil society organisations benefit from new technologies: software, hardware and technological solutions.
We also teach how to use them and to build communities with innovative technological solutions.
We promote the idea of ​open public data to create social media tools in cooperation with NGOs, activists, self-government and business sector.


Lublin Ventures is a local investment fund operating as the Business Environment Institution. We focus on startups and seed-capital investments.
We implement private capital and quasi-capital investments in selected enterprises. At the same time, we invest our know-how and offer extensive substantive support.
We help to define and develop business model correctly, obtain support and leverage investments from European funds and other financial market entities.
We are looking for new, innovative solutions and technologies, helping in their development and first, most difficult steps on the market.

The European Endowment for Democracy (EED)
is an independent, grant-making organisation, established in 2013 by the European Union (EU) and EU member states as an autonomous International Trust Fund to foster democracy in the European Neighbourhood (Eastern Partnership – EaP – and Middle East and North Africa – MENA), the Western Balkans, Turkey and beyond.
EED supports civil society organisations, pro-democracy movements, civic and political activists, and independent media platforms and journalists working towards a pluralistic, democratic political system. These can also include newly created or non-registered organisations, informal platforms, youth groups and individuals. In particular, EED supports those who cannot be supported by other donors and existing EU instruments. Support is contingent on adherence to democratic values, respect for human rights and observance of principles of non-violence.

Justyna Targońska
International Cooperation Centre
Lublin Municipal Office
Bernardyńska 3, 20-109 Lublin

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