Grant Opportunities

Jeff Koons. Tulips, 1995-2004.
Jeff Koons. Tulips, 1995-2004.

The U.S. Embassy in China offers funding opportunities for individuals and organizations operating in a variety of areas.

Mission China invites proposals for projects that strengthen ties between the United States and China. Competitive proposals should support a priority program area (see below). While not required, especially competitive proposals will include content or connections with American expert(s), organization(s), or institution(s) that will promote increased cooperation between the people of the United States, the U.S. Mission in China, and the Chinese people after the program concludes. Finally, we note that a robust Chinese civil society has the potential to benefit U.S. citizens present in China during times of personal crisis or natural disaster, and our funding priorities reflect this, as well.

Annual Program Statement – Mission China PAS 2021-2022

NOFO for Projects in Southwest China_FY2021

Questions and Submission to: BeijingProgramGrants@state.gov

Please submit the following forms/proposal:

         1. SF_424(English)        for Organization Applicant

                 Sample_SF424_Non-US Entity

                 Sample_SF424_US Entity

           SF_424I(English)           for Individual Applicant

                  Sample_SF424_I_US Citizen

                  Sample_SF424_I_Non-US Citizen

                  Samples are for reference only.

         2. SF_424A(English)             Budget

                  Sample_SF424A

         3. SF424B(English)

4. Project Abstract Summary

5. Proposal

Note:

1. All forms/proposal must be submitted in English.

2. To download the application forms, please follow these steps:

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