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Resiliency Grant Program

Resiliency Grant Program

Overview: The Internet Society Foundation’s Resiliency Program supports projects that increase network resiliency in communities prone to natural disasters, ensuring they are better prepared to withstand the effects on Internet connectivity.

Program Objectives:

  • Ensure readiness of local communities to maintain or repair Internet connectivity.
  • Re-establish Internet connectivity for communities affected by natural and climate-related disasters.


  • Registered non-profit organizations (equivalent to US 501c3).
  • Demonstrated capacity to manage grant awards between USD $250,000 to USD $500,000.
  • Prior experience with Internet resiliency and/or reconnection projects.
  • Prior experience working on global or multi-national projects.
  • Prior experience working in disaster management, emergency response, or recovery.

Application Process:

  • Application period: June 11, 2024, to July 30, 2024.
  • Languages accepted: English, French, or Spanish.
  • Applications submitted through the Foundation’s grants management system, Fluxx.

Selection Criteria:

  • Alignment with Internet Society’s mission and work.
  • Previous experience managing grants within specified amounts.
  • Demonstrated capability to implement proposed project effectively.
  • Project’s impact on increasing network resiliency in disaster-prone communities.

Funding: Grants up to USD $500,000 for projects up to 24 months.

How To Apply:

  • Register organization in the Foundation’s grants management system, Fluxx.
  • Submit application through Fluxx by the deadline.
  • Applications may be in English, French, or Spanish.

For more information and application guidelines, visit here.