Every NGO interested in applying to the European Youth Foundation for a grant must first of all register online

Once registered, the NGO may submit applications for grants, following the Application process, and according to the deadlines in place. The projects must fit the current priorities of the Council of Europe’s youth sector.

Afterwards, the Programming Committee on Youth takes the decisions about applications; this process is explained in the section on "Who decides and how".

The Grant decisions page provides information about the projects approved.

The Grant obligations and Reporting pages provide important information about the requirements for the NGOs whose grants were approved. The Budget and financial management page provide information on this in relation to each type of grant. The Volunteer Time Recognition page explain the method applied by the EYF to recognise the time given by volunteers to youth activities it supports. 

Finally, the page called Accountability explains how the EYF is accountable for the use of its funds.

For further information, please click on the calendar of events

The EYF does not support individuals. It only supports non-governmental youth organisations based in one of the signatories to the European Cultural Convention (46 member states of Council of Europe plus Kazakhstan, Holy See, Russian Federation, and Belarus).

NGOs wishing to apply for a grant must first be registered online.