Marti Johnson

  1. Ten community-led projects awarded Project Grants

    Project Grants support individuals, groups and organizations to implement new experiments and proven ideas, whether focused on building a new tool or gadget, organizing a better process on your wiki, researching an important issue, coordinating an editathon series or providing other support for community-building.... Read more

  2. Twelve community-led projects awarded Project Grants

    Selected from a field of 22 applications, the projects focus on software, offline outreach, and online organizing.... Read more

  3. New grants program will fund six community-led projects

    Selected from a field of thirteen applications, the projects focus on software, offline outreach, and research.... Read more

  4. Innovation and iteration: Open call for the new Project Grants Program

    The Wikimedia Foundation’s Project Grants program will launch its first open call on July 1. It will be accepting proposals through August 2 for new ideas to improve Wikimedia projects.... Read more

  5. Individual Engagement Grants program will fund eight community-led projects

    Selected from a field of 28 applicants, the 8 focus on tools and online community organizing.... Read more

  6. Innovation is welcome: apply for grants to improve Wikimedia

    If you have an idea like or completely different from this that will improve a Wikimedia project, consider participating in Individual Engagement Grants open call for proposals from August 30th through September 29th on Meta. If your idea is still a seed, you can share it in our IdeaLab to seek staff mentorship, community feedback, and a team of collaborators to help it evolve.... Read more