The aim of our asset management is to generate a constant flow of resources with which to support projects that have social, cultural and economic impact.
Calls for proposals, guidelines and
individual closing dates
Each of the 14 missions provides resources to achieve its planned objectives, in a range of ways. Particular use is made of calls for proposals to select projects that meet specific needs in a measurable manner, according to clearly defined rules and time-frames. The individual closing dates represent a maximum time limit.
Support for institutional grant-making activity~
Support for institutional grant-making is a form of support aimed at an organisation’s work as a whole. To receive this type of support, recipient bodies must be significant players in their own field and geographical area, and be capable of ensuring continuity and innovation over time.
Ordinary grants are awarded in response to general grant applications, which are deemed valid for certain purposes and projects, even though they do not fall into any of the highlighted categories and do not have any dedicated forms. Nonetheless, the dedicated online application platform can be used to apply for ordinary grants.
Financial management and planning
Asset management is aimed at generating a planned and sustainable flow of resources for the geographical coverage area, through strategic allocation of resources, risk management and constant monitoring. The Finance Department and Impact Innovation Department – under the guidance of the CFO – also manage complex instruments for resource acquisition, such as Mission Related Investments and social impact investments.
Planning, Studies and Assessment Department
FCSP’s alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) enables it to adopt internationally shared and consolidated evaluation metrics. Hence our commitment to constant learning and improvement, which requires a data use culture and work method designed to ensure that the impact of all actions is measurable.