Before submitting an application, please carefully review the eligibility requirements to determine that your organization is qualified for funding from World Day of Prayer, USA. Then, using the outline as a guide, please prepare a formal proposal, and email it as one document (Microsoft Word or a pdf) to email@example.com. Please feel free to send additional materials, such as photos, graphics, or videos as attachments.
Through the WDP offering women share their resources with women and children around the world. It is the responsibility of the WDP National Committees to determine the use and distribution of the offering. As women are uniting in prayer with women around the world, asking God to relieve their suffering, bring healing, mend brokenness, overcome barriers, and to bring peace, justice and well being; they are also putting together whatever they can give as their offering. In the same spirit WDP women on the local level, women in denominational women’s organizations, and WDP Committee Members themselves give their time and skills as voluntary services to the work of World Day of Prayer.
Grant Application Process
This year, the women of the World Day of Prayer Committee of Slovenia wrote the service. We will focus on making grants to organizations in Slovenia and to domestic and international organizations that address the areas the women of Slovenia have identified:
- Prevention of Substance Abuse
- Care for the Elderly
- Inclusion of those on the margins
- All requests for WDP USA funding should:
- Reflect the mission of World Day of Prayer, USA
- Affirm the worldwide and ecumenical concern for justice, peace and the integrity of creation
- Provide services and/or effective advocacy for underserved and marginalized populations, particularly women and children
- Benefit the target population without regard to religious affiliation
- With respect to project support, WDP USA prefers not to fund: administrative salaries, benefits and expenses, utilities, rent and insurance. Capital expenditures are generally not considered unless they are central to the specific goal of the project.