New Zealand Law Society - Borrin Foundation's grant funding EOI due end of April

Borrin Foundation's grant funding EOI due end of April

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The Borrin Foundation is calling for project ideas through its first Expression of Interest (EOI) round for grant funding.

The Borrin Foundation was established by the late District Court Judge Ian Borrin shortly before his death in March 2016, in memory of his parents. Judge Borrin left $38 million in his will to the Foundation, to support legal research, education and scholarship in New Zealand.

The inaugural grants were announced on 20 February 2018.

To submit an expression of interest, applicants must provide details of what their project is about, who will carry out the work, justification of the project, how long it will take and an estimated budget via the Foundation’s online expression of interest form.

All EOIs should be into the Borrin Foundation by midday, 30 April 2018, with both successful and unsuccessful applicants informed in June.

For more detailed information on the Expression of Interest process and requirements, visit the Borrin Foundation website.