The 2012 Ludus Project Grant may be awarded to US-based nonprofit organizations working on research or education projects that involve digital literacy, games-based learning (GBL), serious games, persuasive games, or games for health. Grants may be up to $5,000 per project. If you have questions or comments about the application, please read our FAQ for examples or send an email to Lindafirstname.lastname@example.org.
The Foundation, in its sole discretion, will award grants up to $5,000 to qualified public charitable and educational organizations to promote innovative education projects.
Grantees will be required to establish their status as a public charity by providing an IRS Determination letter or its equivalent. The foundation does not award grants to individuals, foreign organizations, private foundations or for lobbying or political purposes. As of June 8, 2012, the Foundation will not authorize payment of indirect costs for Ludus Project grants.
Due to the volume of requests, proposals may be declined by a formal decision letter or by inaction on the part of the Foundation.