[Talk-mw] 2019 HOT Microgrants

Jessica Bergmann jessica.bergmann at hotosm.org
Tue Feb 26 08:54:54 UTC 2019


Hi All!

A final reminder that the application for the 2019 HOT Microgrants program
will close this Thursday, February 28 at 12midnight EST. We look forward to
welcoming applications from your mapping communities and learning how your
organization is looking to scale your mapping endeavors, diversify your
mapping community, and increase the use of open data at the local and/or
global level.

More information & the application form can be found on the HOT blog
<http://bit.ly/HOTmicrogrant>. Please be in touch with any questions that
you may have. All applications must be sent to microgrants at hotosm.org by
the stated deadline. Kindly note that late applications will not be
considered.


Cheers!

Jessica


On Thu, Feb 14, 2019 at 1:19 PM Jessica Bergmann <
jessica.bergmann at hotosm.org> wrote:

> Hello,
>
> A friendly reminder that the deadline to apply for a 2019 HOT Microgrant
> is just two weeks away! Communities are invited to apply for a Microgrant
> that will help them to scale their mapping activities and their local and
> global impact. Applications are due by February 28 at 12midnight EST.
> Please see the HOT blog
> <https://www.hotosm.org/updates/2019-hot-microgrants-program-empowering-local-openstreetmap-communities/>
> for the application review criteria and the link to the application.
>
> If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at
> microgrants at hotosm.org. A member of our team will reply within 24-48
> hours.
>
> Cheers!
>
>
> Jessica
>
>
> On Wed, Feb 6, 2019 at 1:14 PM Jessica Bergmann <
> jessica.bergmann at hotosm.org> wrote:
>
>> Hi Everyone,
>>
>> HOT is excited to announce the launch of the 2019 HOT Microgrants
>> program! This year, we will be awarding Microgrants between $2,000-$5,000
>> for 8-10 communities throughout the world to reduce barriers and scale
>> their mapping activities and impact. Applications for the 2019
>> Microgrants program are due by February 28 at 12midnight EST and can be
>> found using this link.
>> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xTO-KK5zjrbdOOh1yGhZ1vmWwDUZgdmEePT9RiNS5KQ/edit>
>>
>>
>> We especially encourage communities from the Caribbean, Middle East,
>> North Africa, and Asia to apply, as well as those communities looking to
>> diversify their mappers (gender balance, age, socioeconomic status, etc.),
>> in order to continue expanding the global mapping community. Before
>> submitting your application, ensure that you coordinate with other mapping
>> communities in your country/region, finding opportunities for collaboration
>> where possible and minimizing the number of applications that propose the
>> same mapping project. For more information about the HOT Microgrants
>> program and to see the application review criteria, please check the HOT
>> blog
>> <https://www.hotosm.org/updates/2019-hot-microgrants-program-empowering-local-openstreetmap-communities/>
>> .
>>
>> Please forward this information along to any other individuals and
>> communities you believe would make excellent candidates for this
>> opportunity. Any questions can be sent to microgrants at hotosm.org or
>> directly to me at this email address. Please allow 24-48 hours for a
>> member of our team to reply.
>>
>>
>> Best,
>>
>>
>> Jessica
>>
>>
>> --
>> *Jessica Bergmann*
>> Partnerships & Community Programs Associate
>> Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team <https://www.hotosm.org>
>> Uganda: +256 754 672 750 | WhatsApp: +1 630 267 3307
>> Skype: jessica.bergmann91
>>
>
>
> --
> *Jessica Bergmann*
> Partnerships & Community Programs Associate
> Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team <https://www.hotosm.org>
> Uganda: +256 754 672 750 | WhatsApp: +1 630 267 3307
> Skype: jessica.bergmann91
>


-- 
*Jessica Bergmann*
Partnerships & Community Programs Associate
Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team <https://www.hotosm.org>
Uganda: +256 754 672 750 | WhatsApp: +1 630 267 3307
Skype: jessica.bergmann91
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