City funds and dedicated funds

The grants awarded from city funds to private individuals, working groups and collectives support local culture. The sizes of the grant varies from a few hundred euros to a few
thousand euros. Grants from dedicated funds are awarded in
the fields of chemistry, pediatric heart disease, and research into
Estonian and other Finno-Ugric languages.

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Application period: 1.-31.1.2021
Decision: March - April 2021

City funds

Huittinen fund

The purpose of the Huittinen fund is to promote Huittinen’s artistic and cultural life and to support the nationwide wind music competition. The Fund awards scholarships and awards. The fund was established in 1995.

Applying for a grant

The next application will be held in January 2021. Grants can be applied for by individuals, working groups or collectives. Grants are applied for in the online grant service using an electronic form.

The good application includes appendices to supplement the grant application, such as a curriculum vitae, a broader work plan and / or a photo attachment. Apply for a grant in the online service.


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Leena Hakanen
leena.hakanen@huittinen.fi
puhelin 044 560 4203

Hyvinkää fund

This fund does not have a public grant application round.


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Pentti Halonen
pentti.halonen@hyvinkaa.fi
puhelin 040 704 9901

This fund does not have a public application round.

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Alfred Kordelin Foundation’s Office
toimisto@kordelin.fi

Applying for a grant

The next application will be held in January 2021. Grants can be applied for by individuals, working groups or collectives. Grants are applied for in the online grant service using an electronic form.

The good application includes appendices to supplement the grant application, such as a curriculum vitae, a broader work plan and / or a photo attachment. Apply for a grant in the online service.

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Alfred Kordelin Foundation’s Office
toimisto@kordelin.fi

Applying for a grant

The next application will be held in January 2021. Grants can be applied for by individuals, working groups or collectives. Grants are applied for in the online grant service using an electronic form.

The good application includes appendices to supplement the grant application, such as a curriculum vitae, a broader work plan and / or a photo attachment. Apply for a grant in the online service.


 

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Asta Engström
asta.engstrom@nokiankaupunki.fi

 

 

Applying for a grant

The next application will be held in January 2021. Grants can be applied for by individuals, working groups or collectives. Grants are applied for in the online grant service using an electronic form.

The good application includes appendices to supplement the grant application, such as a curriculum vitae, a broader work plan and / or a photo attachment. Apply for a grant in the online service.

More information

Alfred Kordelin Foundation’s Office
toimisto@kordelin.fi

Applying for a grant

The next application will be held in January 2021. Grants can be applied for by individuals, working groups or collectives. Grants are applied for in the online grant service using an electronic form.

The good application includes appendices to supplement the grant application, such as a curriculum vitae, a broader work plan and / or a photo attachment.

Apply for a grant in the online service.


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Leila Stenfors
leila.stenfors@rauma.fi

 

Applying for a grant

The next application will be held in January 2021. Grants can be applied for by individuals, working groups or collectives. Grants are applied for in the online grant service using an electronic form.

The good application includes appendices to supplement the grant application, such as a curriculum vitae, a broader work plan and / or a photo attachment. Apply for a grant in the online service.


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Outi Rantasuo
outi.rantasuo@savonlinna.fi

Applying for a grant

The next application will be held in January 2021. Grants can be applied for by individuals, working groups or collectives. Grants are applied for in the online grant service using an electronic form.

The good application includes appendices to supplement the grant application, such as a curriculum vitae, a broader work plan and / or a photo attachment.

Apply for a grant in the online service.


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Leena Kråknäs
leena.kraknas@seinajoki.fi

Dedicated funds

Finnish musical arts support fund (Suomen säveltaiteen tukirahasto)

The name of the fund is Finnish musical arts support fund of the Alfred Kordelin Foundation. The fund was established in 2019, when the Finnish musical arts support fund was merged with the Alfred Kordelin Foundation. The purpose of the new fund created by the merger, i.e. the Finnish musical arts support fund, is to support and promote Finnish musical arts while respecting the purpose of the merging Foundation.

The fund fulfils its purpose by awarding grants and awards to music educators, musicologists and music researchers, performing and creative musical artists and persons who have otherwise been exceptionally meritorious in their work for Finnish music.

Applying for a grant

Applying for and awarding grants from the Finnish musical arts support fund has been incorporated with the Alfred Kordelin Foundation’s August grant application round. Grants from the Finnish musical arts support fund can be applied for with the same application form and on the same terms as the Foundation’s other grants for music. In their applications, applicants do not need to specifically mention that they are applying for a grant from the Finnish musical arts support fund.   Proposals for grant and award recipients will be submitted to the Alfred Kordelin Board of Directors by the fund’s committee.

For whom?

  • music educators
  • musicologists and researchers of music
  • performing and creative musical artists and persons who have in other ways done exceptionally important work for Finnish music.

For what purpose?

  • Grants can be awarded for the purpose of supporting and promoting Finnish musical arts.

Application instructions: August application round / arts

Application period: 1 to 15 August 2020
Decisions: October 2020

Applying for a grant

The next application will be held in January 2021. Grants can be applied for by individuals, working groups or collectives. Grants are applied for in the online grant service using an electronic form.

The good application includes appendices to supplement the grant application, such as a curriculum vitae, a broader work plan and / or a photo attachment.

Apply for a grant in the online service.


More information

Sanna Mikkola
sanna.mikkola@kemianseura.fi

 

This fund does not have a public application round.

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Alfred Kordelin Foundation’s Office
toimisto@kordelin.fi

This fund does not have a public application round.

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Alfred Kordelin Foundation’s Office
toimisto@kordelin.fi

This fund does not have a public application round.

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Sari Tuunainen
Suomen Valmentajat ry
sari.tuunainen@suomenvalmentajat.fi

The Fund supports research in Estonia and research of other Finno-Ugric languages and the translation of Finnish literature into Estonian. The fund was established in 1994.

A proposal for grant recipients will be prepared by the Fund’s Board. The board of directors of the Alfred Kordelin Foundation will decide on grant recipients in March.

The  next application period is in 2022.


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Anu Heinonen
Suomen Viron-instituutti
anu.heinonen@finst.ee

This fund does not have a application in 2021.


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Saara Terva
saara.terva@kordelin.fi