Submit Organizational Profile


Pre-screening questions

Thank you for your interest in the Global Fund for Children’s support. Before you begin to complete an organizational profile, we’d like you to answer the following questions to determine whether you meet our basic criteria.

*Are you legally registered as a local organization in the country where you operate?       

*Do you currently have programs that are working for or with children or youth?  

If NO to one of the questions: Thank you for your interest in the Global Fund for Children. Unfortunately, you are not eligible for funding from the Global Fund for Children at this time. We support locally-led and registered organizations that have active programs serving children and youth. We do not provide financing for individuals or for starting new organizations. If you would like to learn more about our funding criteria, please view our Eligibility and Selection Guidelines.

Eligibility Criteria & Selection Guidelines


Submit an organizational profile.

All potential grantee partners are required to submit a preliminary organizational profile, which may be submitted at any time during the year. We use this profile to determine basic eligibility and fit with our selection criteria. Please note that the form cannot load in some internet browsers. If the form does not load, please try accessing it in Google Chrome.

Organizational Profile

Perfil organizacional (En Español)

Perfil organizacional (Em Português)

Profil organisationnel (En français)


Wait for confirmation from us—if it’s a good fit, we’ll contact you.
If an organizational profile falls within our priorities and selection criteria, we will follow up with the organization to solicit a full proposal. Full proposals are accepted by invitation only.

Do not contact us by phone or by email to ask about the status of your submission. Due to the volume of inquiries, we cannot respond individually to those not selected for further consideration.


Complete your paperwork.
If the full proposal is approved, we will issue a letter of agreement to the grantee partner, outlining the terms and conditions of the grant. Grantee partners must submit a progress report after seven months and a final report after thirteen months, as detailed in the letter of agreement. We will provide specific guidelines for these reports. Failure to submit a report by the due date may result in ineligibility for future grants.

Have a question about our eligibility criteria and grant process?