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Grants

Grants of youth work

Recreational activities for young people

Non-profit organisations can apply for a grant to support recreational activities. In order to qualify for a grant, the organisation must arrange recreational activities for at least nine months of the year, including twice a week from January-June and September-December.

Funding applications for recreational activities must be submitted in the national language. For this reason, see the Estonian version of the website for more information.

Photo by Heikki Leis
Photo by Heikki Leis

Youth work programme

The youth work programme supports activity programmes targeted at young people that last for no fewer than six months. In order to receive funding for such a programme, applicants must take into account that at least 25% of the total cost of the programme must come from self- or co-financing. Self-financing can also take the form of voluntary work.

Youth work programme applications must be submitted in the national language. For this reason, see the Estonian version of the website for more information.

Huvihariduse ja huvitegevuse täiendav toetus

Alates 2017. aastast määratakse noorsootöö seaduse alusel valdadele ja linnadele iga-aastaselt riigieelarvest täiendav toetus 7–19aastaste noorte süsteemse ja juhendatud huvihariduse ja huvitegevuse kättesaadavuse ja mitmekesisuse parandamiseks - nn "huvitegevuse riigiraha". Toetuse kasutamisel peab lähtuma põhimõttest, et riigipoolse huvihariduse ja huvitegevuse toetusega ei asendata oma eelarvest kaetavaid kulusid. Toetuse saamise eeldusena tuleb omavalitsusüksusel koostada huvihariduse ja huvitegevuse kava.

Tartu linna 2021. aasta huvihariduse ja huvitegevuse kava
2021. aasta huvitegevuse ja huvihariduse toetus
Toetuse saajate ülevaate leiab siit.

Youth work projects

Youth work projects support the organisation of extracurricular concerts, competitions, round tables, meetings, campaigns, workshops, information days and other events aimed at young people. In order to receive funding for such a project, applicants must take into account that at least 25% of the total cost of the project must come from self- or co-financing. Self-financing can also take the form of voluntary work.

Youth work project applications must be submitted in the national language. For this reason, see the Estonian version of the website for more information.

Youth self-initiative projects

Youth self-initiative projects are projects initiated by young people from Tartu aged 14-18 in order to bring to life their ideas on improving the living environment in Tartu. Such projects support the organisation of concerts, competitions, round tables, meetings, campaigns, workshops, information days and other events and undertakings that are aimed at the community.

Youth self-initiative project applications must be submitted in the national language. For this reason, see the Estonian version of the website for more information.

Last changed 26.08.2021