The program covers five priorities:
Dedicated to small local and young organizations and informal groups, Priority 1 enables such entities to receive grants for the implementation of planned activities and projects.
Under this priority, social activity of citizens operating within the structures of civic organizations with the purpose of common good will be supported.
This Priority should contribute to increasing the presence of civic organizations in public life, in the processes of shaping public policies and decision-making, supporting civic dialogue, consultation processes, creating a forum for public debate and building the organizations’ potential by shaping the public image of civic organizations.
Priority 4 should contribute to the improvement of management in civic organizations, building structures, creating and improving resources, creating and developing an organisation’s operating strategy, including fundraising strategies, developing and implementing organization operating standards, such as management, evaluation the effectiveness of the organization’s activities, transparency and openness, including disseminating in an accessible and transparent manner information on the activities carried out, costs and sources of financing, costs of obtaining funds.
The entities entitled to use the funds are non-governmental organizations referred to in art. 3 point 2 and the entities listed in art. 3 sec. 3 of the Act on Public Benefit and Volunteer Work, as well as non-governmental organizations operating on the basis of other regulations, such as farmer’s wives’ associations and volunteer fire brigades.