The Foundation for Endangered Languages has just awarded eight grants worth US$7,570 for 2020. The awards cover projects in Mexico, USA, China, Malaysia, Solomon Islands, and Congo with a focus on revitalisation work, including story and song book publication, youth engagement, orthography and literacy development, and online teaching materials production. There is a full listing of the grants awarded on our website. Congratulations to all the successful applicants.
Note that members of FEL with a current subscription of any type may apply in future grant rounds. If you are not yet a member then please join before applying (see our Membership page). Priority is given to projects that focus on the revitalisation of an endangered language and/or support the use of an endangered language in its community. In general, we award up to US $1,000 for successful proposals. Proposals for smaller amounts may have a better chance of receiving funding.