The Kauffman Foundation is now accepting “2022 Knowledge Challenge” grants applications from those seeking to improve understanding of entrepreneurship and generate practical, actionable, and rigorous evidence to inform decision making and change systems.
Applicants will be asked to select one of two focus areas:
- Systems and structures to support inclusive prosperity; or
- Equitable opportunities and the future of work.
Up to $200,000 in funding for projects led by a single Principal Investigator (PI) and up to $400,000 for projects led by a team of collaborating PIs can be requested over a 36-month period. Applicants with smaller project budgets and scopes are also encouraged to apply.
Stage 1, as it is called, of the two-step application process closes at the end of February. More details can be found here.