What is it?
Olympic Solidarity is the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) global development initiative aimed at supporting the National Olympic Committees (NOCs) around the world, particularly those with the greatest need.
Olympic Solidarity offers funding to support the following main areas of sports development on a national and regional level: athletes, coaches, administrators, promotion of the Olympic values, knowledge-sharing and participation in the Games. This funding is available to support development programs across these areas in all sports that are included in the Olympic Programme. Find more information about the programs here.
In addition, an ISU CoE covering both Branches will be established in Beijing, China in view of the upcoming 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games and its legacy.
How can you apply?
Olympic Solidarity projects are a collaboration between the ISU Member and its NOC with advice and input from the ISU. Applications for funding for ISU Members must be made via their National Olympic Committee (NOC). You should contact your NOC directly to discuss making an application. In general the application process is as follows:
The timing of applications varies from one program to another, as indicated in the program descriptions here.
Where can you find more information?
You can find more information at: https://www.olympic.org/olympic-solidarity
You should also directly contact your NOC for details of their planning, priorities and procedures.