NATA offers grants and travel support for projects that reflect our mission – to promote cooperation in tourism between Greenland, Iceland and the Faroe islands.
Anyone from the region can apply for NATA funding, from individuals to organisations and companies. We offer grants in two main areas:
If you have a project of this type, involving collaboration between at least two of the three West Nordic countries, then you can apply to NATA for a grant.
We welcome a range of projects, and innovative and creative ideas are encouraged. These might include ideas based on:
The maximum grant we offer for these type of projects is 100,000 DKK, and this amount must not exceed 50% of the project‘s entire funding. The grant is not intended for wages or consultant fees.
We always look to promote opportunities for travel and cultural exchange among the three countries. These might include the following:
The maximum we offer for travel support is:
The grant is only intended for travel costs – not accommodation or daily expenses.
There are two deadlines a year for grant applications – usually in February and September (follow NATA News for dates).
Our online application forms are active throughout the year, except for in the weeks following deadlines, when current applications are evaluated.
We let all applicants know by email whether or not their application has been successful, normally within two months of application deadlines.
If you think that you might have an idea for a project or a trip that could benefit from a NATA grant, then find out more about how to apply by reading our application guidelines.
If your project requires collaboration with a partner from within the region, why not try our new project matchmaking service? This database is designed to create links between people who have ideas for collaborative tourism projects within the region.