Programs for the American youth can receive up to $50,000 in funding.
Heads up U.S. developers! In an efford to support programs and opportunities that benefit America’s youth, the ESA Foundation is now open for game projects. The organizers aim to gather the power of the gaming industry to boost geographical diverse projects which have a positive impact for boys and girls of all races and religions. As a result, the foundation is not open to any programs which discriminate genders, races, colors, religions or sexual orientations.
Deadline for submissions is Monday, May 15, 2017. By June 8, the committee will chose selected applicants to submit their complete application via an online portal until July 10, 2017.
Only projects inside of the United States are eligible to receive grants. First time grantees may receive up to $50,000. The program does not support the purchase of any hardware or software. However, funded projcts may use the money to hire more staff. For more informations about the program, eligibility and a detailled Q&A, have a look at the ESA Foundation’s official website.
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