Apply for support

Answer a call for projects

Are you, as an individual or an organisation, looking for (financial) support to conduct a project of general interest in Belgium or abroad?

If so, then answer one of our calls for projects. The King Baudouin Foundation supports organisations and citizens who are working for the common good in numerous fields such as health, the fight against poverty, the environment and heritage, in Belgium as well as internationally.

Fundraising

Are you, as an organisation, working for the common good in Belgium and/or internationally, looking for effective ways of fundraising?

The King Baudouin Foundation can help you to raise funds among your supporters in Belgium, Europe, and/or internationally (e.g. in the USA, Canada and Asia) and this in total transparency. Your project will gain greater visibility and your donors will benefit from tax advantages.

Find a call that suits your project

Calls for projects soon to be closed

Elisabeth & Amélie Fund - access to water - 2023

Support for projects of Belgian organizations working in countries in the southern hemisphere to improve access to water.

Soon to be closed!

Generet (Fund)

A prestigious award to encourage groundbreaking research in rare diseases in Belgium for a better quality of life of patients.

Fundamental research on the mechanisms of pediatric cancers

Call for fundamental research with clinical translation in the field of the mechanisms of pediatric cancers

Soon to be closed!

Which option to choose for fundraising?

There are various philanthropic tools for fundraising for your project. We are here to help you and adapt them to what best meets your needs and wishes.

Stories
Inspiring engagement

Kosmotive : improving girls’ and women’s health in Rwanda

Healthy living

”KosmoPads is about not accepting the normality of missing school or work when having a period.’’
Blandine Umuzranenge
Kosmotive

Beirut's former glory restored

Heritage sites

“Our mission is not to rebuild something and then leave. It’s to help build a structural transfer of knowledge, so that restoration can be sustainable.”
Marie Eve Didier
RestART Beirut co-founder