Tag: project development

This month we’re coming back with another Umbrella SuccessStory. Please read about the CaSYPoT – Capacity Building for Strategic Youth Policy and Transnational Cooperation project. The CaSYPot project ended in June after 3 years of collaboration between Poland, Sweden, Russia and Lithuania. On the 13th and 14th of May, the caSYPot Final Conference was held in Kalmar, Sweden, in order to summarize the project, to show the results, and discuss with young people, adults and experts on the youth strategy and youth needs.

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Thanks to our partnership and already existent networks of cooperation we’re able to provide direct support in partners search and networking.

We count on a “Pool of Experts” able to provide expertise in the following EU and Non-EU Grants:

–   Interreg South Baltic

–   Interreg Baltic Sea Region

–   Interreg Central Europe

–    Erasmus +

–    Life

–    Europe for citizens

–    Horizon 2020


–    Creative Europe

–    Rights, Equality and Citizenship work programme

–    Swedish Institute funding

–    EEA & Norway Grants

–    PO WER (polish programme)

–    Nordic Council of Ministers

–    CBSS- PSF


–    Eu Maritime and Fisheries Fund

If you have a project idea, we can help you frame it in one of the above-mentioned programmes checking calls for proposals and main programme objectives. Our experts will provide free consultancy

Micro-activities are dedicated to the creation of new networks of cooperation, or to the enlargement of existing ones. We take the financial burden for several activities (e.g. simulation of project ideation; study visits; joint reports) covering participants’ travel and accommodation costs.

N.B. Our beneficiaries are: NGOs, Local and regional authorities and associations, chambers of commerce, business support organizations, Local governments, Local activists, Institutions for nature protection, culture and national heritage.

For all the activities above mentioned, we can cover the costs just for organizations (not individuals) settled in the South Baltic Programme eligible area (https://southbaltic.eu/eligible-area).


So far our UMBRELLA experts helped to develop 5 concrete project proposal, among them few that already has been submitted! We keep our fingers crossed for all the applicant organisations.

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