100 Funders for Projects Based in Uganda (Trello-Based Resource)

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100 Funders for Projects Based in Uganda (Trello-Based Resource)

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We’ve Done the Initial Research for You

We’ve found 100 funders and funding mechanisms that accept applications from organizations based in Uganda. We’ve included links to their websites and descriptions of their funding interests.

The Funder Information Has Been Stored in the Form of a Trello Board. Trello Is a Free Tool for Information and Project Management.

To make it easy to sort information, take notes, and manage the funder research and proposal process, we’ve created a Trello board for the funder information. You will need to set up a free Trello account to access the funder information.

If you do not want to use Trello, you can export the information or purchase the PDF version through our shop.

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Not Sure What a Trello Board Is?

Trello is an intuitive, highly customizable tool that can be used to manage information and projects. If you’re unfamiliar with Trello, we’ve got you covered. Included with your purchase is a set of detailed instructions on how to access the funder information and get started with Trello.

What Will You Get with Your Purchase?

After you submit your payment, you’ll receive a PDF that contains the link to the Trello board and instructions on how to access the funder information. The PDF also includes an orientation to Trello.

The Trello board includes the funder names, short descriptions of funder interests, and links to the funder websites. To make it easy for you to manage information and proposals from within Trello, we’ve added links to grant-related resources as well as templates from the Peak Proposals website to the Trello board.

When you open the Trello board, you’ll also see that we’ve created a suggested workflow for evaluating funders and beginning the proposal process. You can use the workflow as-is or easily modify it to fit your needs.

Is a Trello Account Required to Access the Funder Information?

Yes, you will need to sign up for a free Trello account if you don’t already have one. You can sign up for a free Trello account at https://trello.com/signup.

Is It Necessary to Use Trello?

Although you will need a Trello account to access the funder list, you do not have to use Trello. If you decide you do not want to use Trello to manage your funder research, you can download or print the information found on the Trello board as a PDF.

Why Is the Information in Trello?

There are several reasons why we chose to publish the funder list through Trello. First, Trello makes it easy to make real-time updates and share information with others. Second, for nonprofits that do not have a project management tool to manage their funder research, the Trello board can serve that purpose. Third, Trello is accessible from desktops as well as mobile phones allowing users to access funder information wherever they are, at home or at work. Finally, it’s free and does not require users to download special software.

How Is This List Different?

Many funders will only accept grant applications from organizations based in the same country where they are located. For example, most private foundations located in the United States will only accept applications from nonprofit organizations based in the US. To help Uganda-based organizations identify funders they can apply to directly, all of the funders and funding mechanisms included in our list accept applications from Uganda-based organizations.