SID Small Grants

The SID Small Grants are conceived to provide modest financial resources in support of citizen actions to defeat threats to three constitutional promises of Integrity, Public Participation and Equality & Non-discrimination. The small grants target two categories of beneficiaries.

The first category is a rapid response mechanism that supports community change champions and self-organized citizen communities in situations that require immediate and time-sensitive action to disrupt and deter an on-going threat to any or all the three constitutional promises. Secondly, the fund provides modest financial and mentorship to catalyse the work of youth and young feminist organizations that wish to build their capacity to act in defence of the three promises of the constitution. To ensure the fund meets its objective, SID is guided by a commitment to flexibility, short turn-around and potential for visible results. The maximum grant award in both categories is KES. 50,000.

Small Grants applications are accepted from all over Kenya, but with primary preference to the following ten counties:

|Bungoma|Garissa|Kajiado|Kisumu|Machakos|Nairobi|Nakuru|Nyeri|Taita Taveta|Turkana



Download SID Small Grants application guidelines.