Annual Grants for Cultural Projects
Thank you for your interest in our grants program.
The next application deadline IS January 17, 2018.
Finlandia Foundation National annually invites applications for its grants program, which awards funds to projects related to Finnish-American and Finnish history, heritage, arts and culture.
The new documentary aired on PBS on December 27, 2016, Eero Saarinen: The Architect Who Saw the Future, is an example of an FFN grant recipient.
Please review the following. To see the 2017 form click here for the PDF of the application.
Brief descriptions of recent grant awards may be found in the Spring issues of FFN newsletters; click here for those PDFs.
The following information is provided for your information only
and may be changed for 2018.
Finlandia Foundation National invites high-quality projects on a competitive basis that relate to past, present or future of Finnish and Finnish-American culture and are characterized by MANY of the following:
THE ENTIRE APPLICATION, EXCEPT FOR SIGNATURES, MUST BE TYPED (not handwritten). You may also add extra pages to the following application.
Please include the proper headings.
Grant applications may be sent via e-mail or mail. All applications must be e-mailed or postmarked by January 17, 2018.
This deadline relates to all application materials, including attachments and letters of recommendation sent separately. It is the responsibility of the grant applicant to abide by this deadline. If you send support material, send only copies of originals. None will be returned.
Your application must not exceed 10 pages. Any application exceeding that maximum will be disqualified.
Do not send: books, CDs, tapes, DVDs or videos
To send via E-mail: office @ finlandiafoundation.org
Mail/Delivery: 470 W. Walnut St., Pasadena, CA 91103
Click here for the PDF of the application. Every question must be answered or the application will be considered incomplete. Be sure to sign the application before mailing. Unsigned applications will be returned.