GlobalSkin supports our Member organizations in the important and impactful work that they undertake to help their dermatology patient communities. For the second year in a row, we are pleased to offer the GlobalSkin Member Impact Fund. This Fund financially assists Member organizations in the planning and implementation of activities supporting their dermatology patient-led initiatives and projects.
We recognize initiatives and projects can take time to develop and execute and in order to facilitate this work, there are two timeframes when grant applications will be accepted. Full and Associate Member organizations are invited to apply during either round but will only be funded for one project in 2021-2022. Projects can start as early as November 1, 2021 with all initiatives completed by October 31, 2022.
Applicants will be considered, approved and funded on a first-come first-served basis.
ROUND 1: October 21 – November 18, 2021 – Projects Ongoing
ROUND 2: March 9, 2022 – March 23, 2022 – CLOSED
Application intake has been closed early due to exceeded demand. We have reached our quota of funded projects.
Should program demand exceed available funding, GlobalSkin reserves the right to close application intake prior to the deadline listed.
We invite grant applications from Full and Associate Member organizations that demonstrate how they will raise awareness of their disease(s),
support their patients, and strengthen the work of their organizations.
Proposals that fall into one of four categories below can be funded up to $2,000 CAD.
Grants funded in this category will support hosting information-based events, either virtual or in-person. Examples of activities that could be funded include conferences, webinars, ask the expert sessions, e-learning opportunities, and town hall events. Funds can be used to pay for online meeting/presentation platforms or for in-person event expenses if those events follow the health and safety guidelines of your country or region.
Grants funded in this category will support Member organizations in building strong governance and best management practices. Associate Members may use these funds to take their organizations to the next level by becoming legally recognized not-for-profit organizations in their countries. Other activities that can be funded in this category include strategic planning support, purchase of management software, and information technology support.
Communications & Marketing
Grants funded in this category will support the development and/or purchase of marketing activities and materials that raise awareness of the organization’s programing and initiatives. Examples of communications or marketing materials that could be funded include social media ads (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.), traditional media advertising, graphic design and printed materials such as flyers or brochures, or website content creation.
Grants funded in this category will support initiatives that directly support the well-being of patient communities and fight against the stigma, shame and other psychosocial challenges faced by dermatology patients. Examples of advocacy initiatives that could be funded include hosting fundraising events or launching awareness campaigns.
2022 GlobalSkin Member Impact Projects
In 2022 GlobalSkin is supporting 19 Member organizations located in 13 different countries, 13 disease areas with their projects, events, and initiatives.
Read more about the 2022 projects here.
Past GlobalSkin Member Impact Projects
In Round 1, GlobalSkin is supporting 19 Member organizations located in 13 different countries, 13 disease areas with their projects, events, and initiatives.
Read more about the 2021 projects here.