U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation 2017 Large Grants Competition

The U. S. Embassy in Mexico City is pleased to announce the call for abstracts for the 2017 Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP) large grants program.

We invite you to work with the Public Affairs section at the U. S. Embassy in Mexico City to develop and submit proposals for possible


funding under this initiative.

You are invited to send project abstracts for large-scale, partnership-based projects to preserve significant cultural heritage sites in Mexico through this program.

The AFCP large grants program takes place in two rounds:
Project Abstract (Round 1) and Full Project Proposal (Round 2).

Only those applicants whose abstracts are successfully reviewed will be eligible to develop and submit full proposals for round 2. Attached to this notification are further details on the types of projects that can be funded.

The minimum floor on AFCP large grant awards is $200,000 per project, up to a maximum of $979,00 0. Applicants may propose performance periods of up to 60 months (five years) demarcated in one-year budget periods (2017, 2018, 2019, etc.).

Projects must begin before September 30, 2017 and conclude no later than September 30, 202 0. The deadline for receipt of abstracts is January 1, 201 7. Fully developed project proposals for successful abstracts will be due February 3, 201 7. Please contact Elizabeth Andión at AndionE@state.gov with “AFCP Large Grants Program” in the subject line for further information or to submit abstracts.

If invited to submit full project proposals to round 2, an Embassy official will provide instructions.
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U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation

Department of State

Agency: Department of State

Office: None

Estimated Funding: $979,000

Who's Eligible

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Additional Information of Eligibility:
Reputable and accountable non-commercial entities, such as non-governmental organizations, museums, ministries of culture, or similar institutions and organizations, including U.S.-based organizations subject to Section 501(c)(3) of the tax code, that are registered and active in SAM.gov and able to demonstrate that they have the requisite experience and capacity to manage projects to preserve cultural heritage.

Embassies must vet applicants for eligibility, suitability, and reputable performance in cultural preservation or similar activities.

Full Opportunity Web Address:

Elizabeth AndionAlumni coordinatorPhone 50802000 x.4273

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