Grants:PEG/Requests

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The Wikimedia Foundation has recently launched two new grant programs:

Rapid Grants provide quick support throughout the year for projects up to USD 2000.
Project Grants are awarded twice a year for all types of offline and online projects.

Please note these new programs replace Individual Engagement Grants (IEG) and Project & Event Grants (PEG). IEG and PEG are no longer accepting applications.

This page contains a complete list of submissions to the Project and Event Grants program (PEG) organized by the status of the grant request and the fiscal year in which the grant was awarded. Within each list, grant requests are displayed alphabetically by grantee name.


Open submissions[edit]

These grant submissions are currently being reviewed by the GAC and WMF. Please add comments and questions to the discussion pages of these open submissions.

Submit request Read and comment on new grant submissions here, before a decision is delivered.

No pages meet these criteria.

Draft submissions[edit]

These grant submissions are not yet complete or ready for review; they are work in progress.


Grants funded by the WMF in FY 2016-17[edit]


Grants funded by the WMF in FY 2015–16[edit]


Grants funded by the WMF in FY 2014–15[edit]


Grants funded by the WMF in FY 2013–14[edit]


Grants funded by the WMF in FY 2012–13[edit]


Grants funded by the WMF in FY 2011–12[edit]


Grants funded by the WMF in FY 2010–11[edit]


Grants funded by the WMF in FY 2009–10[edit]


Grant submissions not funded by the WMF[edit]

Grant submissions not approved[edit]

These grant submissions were reviewed by the GAC and WMF, and WMF decided not to fund these requests.


Grant applications withdrawn by the grantee[edit]

These grant submissions were withdrawn by the grantee (or by WMF staff at the grantee's request) before a decision was delivered or before funds were disbursed.


Grant applications funded, and cancelled[edit]

These grant submissions were funded by the WMF and funds have actually been disbursed to the grantee, but the project was not completed. Grantees are still encouraged to submit a report, and have returned unused funds to WMF or have submitted a request for reallocation of funds that has been approved by the WMF.