A summary of eligibility requirements for United Board grant-making programs is provided below. Further information can be found in grant application packets or from the individual responsible for your region.
The United Board invites higher education institutions within its network to submit proposals to the Project Grants Program. The call for proposals, released on an annual basis, includes a list of eligible institutions. (For reference, the list from 2018-2019 application process, now closed, can be found at this link.) Proposals from individuals are not accepted.
If your institution is not included on the list, and you are interested in applying for a grant, please contact the individual responsible for your region to discuss potential eligibility. Visit the Project Grants page for more information on this program.
Northeast Asia: Cynthia Yuen, email@example.com
South Asia: Maher Spurgeon, firstname.lastname@example.org
Southeast Asia: Hope Antone, email@example.com
The Bamboo Grants program is open to colleges and universities in Asia that are committed to whole person education. Proposals from individuals are not accepted. First-time applicants and institutions that have not received a grant from the United Board since 2010 should first contact the individual responsible for their respective region for an initial discussion of their project idea. Visit the Bamboo Grants Program page for more information on this program.
American Schools and Hospitals Abroad (ASHA)
To discuss potential eligibility for the ASHA program, higher education institutions should contact Kevin Henderson, Program Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the ASHA page for more information on this program.