Porticus does not accept unsolicited applications for funding.
If after reviewing our website, you have determined that your organisation and its programmes closely match our mission and funding priorities, we would be happy to learn more about your work. You may submit a Letter of Introduction. Please view your Letter of Introduction as an opportunity to inform Porticus about your organisation and the work you are doing. It will not be not considered a formal request for funding.
When to Submit
Porticus accepts, via email, Letters of Introduction on a rolling basis throughout the year.
Please be sure to include the following in your Letter of Introduction:
If you are a former grant recipient, you may provide informal updates to us via email at any time. Porticus encourages you to let us know if you are expanding, replicating and/or collaboratively sharing programmes.
Porticus receives many letters of introduction, and therefore, we apologise that we may not personally respond to all. All correspondence will be kept on file should there be possible opportunities for partnership in the future.
Every letter received will be carefully reviewed by Porticus staff. Those organisations which Porticus believes closely match our current funding priorities will be contacted for further consideration.