Cure Kids invites applications for the 2017 Granting Round
Cure Kids are pleased to invite applicants to submit research proposals to the 2017 Granting Round.
Cure Kids supports research that has the potential to improve the lives of New Zealand children.
The Cure Kids Granting Round supports health research projects aimed at improving the understanding, diagnosis, therapy, and prevention of paediatric health conditions.
In 2017, Cure Kids is allocating funding via four competitive funding mechanisms:
1. The Project Grant Round for projects up to $107,000 and 1-3 years in duration.
2. The Innovation Seed Fund (ISF) for projects up to $50,000, and no more than 12 months in duration.
3. In collaboration with the Shares in Life Foundation, a total of $107,000 will be made available to support research aimed at improving the understanding, diagnosis, therapy, and prevention of cystic fibrosis. Projects are to be 1-3 years in duration.
4. In collaboration with Red Nose (Australia), $200,000 NZD is available for research relating to the cause(s) and prevention of sudden and unexpected perinatal and infant death. Projects are to be 1-3 years in duration.
Below are the following application documents:
- Request for proposals, highlighting the guidelines of each funding application – Cure Kids Request for Proposals 2017
- Project Grant application form (this is the same form to be used for applications for the Shares in Life Foundation proposal) – Project Grant Application Form 2017
- Innovation Seed Fund application form – Innovation Seed Fund Guidelines Application Form 2017
- Application form for Red Nose Australia collaboration – Cure Kids – Red Nose Application Form
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Ryan Chandler (Research Manager) at email@example.com, or on: 027 395 9146.