Call for Proposals: Eurofins Foundation Project Grant 2024

 Deadline Date: June 13, 2024

 Donor Name: Eurofins Foundation

 Grant Size: Not Available

The Eurofins Foundation is seeking applications for grant opportunity for projects that contribute to global health and safety and protecting the environment.

The objective of the Eurofins Foundation are to support initiatives, across different fields, which share these same goals. The foundation supports initiatives aiming at protecting the environment, improving nutrition and health, helping nonprofits and social businesses working in the fields of environment or health protection and nutrition improvement, promoting inclusion, diversity and equality and all levels of society, supporting  students who study or carry out research in fields aiming at contributing to safer and healthier lives but who lack sufficient financial resources, and helping charities active in the local communities where Eurofins companies’ laboratories operate and their staff live and work.

Funding Information

  • Maximum 25% of a project/initiative costs;
  • Grants can have varying amounts.
  • Contributions are usually one-off and mostly non-recurring (except funds to Universities, which provide grants to their students).

Eligibility Criteria

  • The project is impactful and aligned with the objectives of the Foundation;
  • The project description must clearly mention the needs it addresses, its positive impact and the effective use of the funds;
  • The requested funding represents a maximum of 25% of the total costs of the project, including staff costs if applicable;
  • An evaluation of the project’s effectiveness is requested.


  • Projects which do not align with the Foundation’s objectives;
  • Commercial sponsorship requests, sponsorship of sports or cultural events, sponsorship of fundraising activities for NGOs and other charitable causes;
  • Projects previously submitted;
  • Projects/charities directly affiliated with any political or religious organization or actively promoting any particular faith or ideology;
  • Failure to provide an evaluation of the organization’s project’s effectiveness (current or past projects);
  • Incomplete submissions;
  • Projects/organizations with high overheads or funding costs.

For more information, visit Eurofins Foundation.

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