Credit Suisse EMEA Foundation

Education & Employment Youth

Credit Suisse EMEA Foundation awards grants (no minimum/maximum specified) to registered charities. The Foundation looks for opportunities to provide multi-year funding over two to five years where possible. The Foundation seeks to support long-term strategies for dealing with youth education and employability, and therefore organisations, whose work is particularly effective and continues to meet the Foundation’s criteria and priorities, may be offered the opportunity to apply for follow-on funding.

The Foundation will fund specific project or ongoing costs including staff salaries and overheads. It also encourages any organisation seeking funding to include a reasonable amount of core costs to cover overheads if applying for project funding.

The Foundation’s regional focus is Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and it looks to support work in countries where Credit Suisse has offices.

For more information and how to apply please contact emea.corporatecitizenship@credit-suisse.com

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