International Day of Play Community Fund Mexico

Applications open until June 11th

Proven ideas and funding for your community

Celebrate the first International Day of Play on June 11 by organising an event or project in your local community allowing more children to benefit from the power of play.

How it works
  • Apply to start one of the ideas listed below or submit your own International Day of Play event for funding
  • If approved, use your project page to complete the 30 Day Challenge to receive the initial 80% of your grant funding
  • Host your event or start your project for International Day of Play
  • Report back on impact by August 15th and receive the remaining 20% of your grant funding
Who can apply
  • You want to create a safe time and space for children to play
  • You are interested in hosting an event or project for International Day of Play around June 11, 2024
  • Your event or project will take place in Mexico
  • You are able to provide a clean criminal record if applying as an individual or official registration documentation if applying as an organization
What you get
  • Seed funding to host your event or start your project
  • Free resources and support along with a project page on ChangeX
  • Additional impact funding, once you report back on the social impact of your project before August 15, 2024

Explore proven ideas

Choose an idea to start in your community. See terms & conditions.
This fund has closed for applications. You can still start ideas without funding, or check for other live funds in your area.

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