Applications for Meet and Code 2021 micro-grants opened on 1 June 2021
Meet and Code is once again inviting charities across Europe to apply for micro-grants to organise events that help young Europeans access digital skills.
The events are designed to show young people that coding can be fun and how it brings innovation to life. Over the course of the previous four years, nearly 180,000 young people took part in nearly 4,300 programming events.
Meet and Code is inviting charities to submit coding events for children and young people aged 8–24. Submissions open on 1 June 2021 and charities can apply online until 8 September 2021.
For UK charities, please register for the event here.
For organisations based in Malta, please register for the event here.
To register for the event, you will need to follow these simple steps:
Behind Meet and Code are the founding partners SAP, Haus des Stiftens gGmbH, and TechSoup Europe. In 2020, the German Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community (BMI), became part of the project as a partner, focusing on EU countries.
SAP and BMI enable Meet and Code through financial support and providing resources for charities. Haus des Stiftens gGmbH is responsible for the initiative and the general management of the project. TechSoup Europe are responsible for coordinating the initiative and selecting the events to be supported in their respective countries.
Meet and Code is not only about coding. But coding is one of the tools that can help change the world. The award aims to ensure a diverse and inclusive world in the future.
Meet and Code aims to challenge gender stereotypes and gender gaps in IT and coding; educate the world about climate change, air pollution, and renewable energy; support local communities and neighbourhoods. Meet and Code want to cooperate in order to achieve the greatest goals.
Register and apply for the Meet and Code grant