Application or grant stage: completed
Applicant or grantee: Art+Feminism
Amount requested: US$119,794.75 (US$119,794.75)
Amount granted: US$119,795 (US$119,795)
Funding period: 15 November 2017 to 14 November 2018 31 August 2018
Application created: 15 October 2017
Recommended application date: 15 October 2017
Midpoint report due: 30 May 2018
Final report due: Art+Feminism_User_Group/Reporting/FinalReport2017-2018



Link to these documents, for the upcoming funding period, only if you have them.

  1. Link to your organization's staffing plan, for the upcoming funding period.
  2. Link to your annual plan, for the upcoming funding period.
  3. Link to your strategic plan, which includes the upcoming funding period.

Please add your grants metrics to this sheet. Note that requirements for shared metrics have changed for grants starting 1 January 2017 or later. Please visit this worksheet to view global metrics targets and progress.


Please describe any changes to your programs for the upcoming funding period, including the addition of new programs or any programs you are no longer doing. Include your rationale for any major changes to your programs here.

Please use the templates provided to add information about each program you are planning for the upcoming funding period.


Over 3,500 participants at more than 225 events around the world participated in Art+Feminism’s fourth annual Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, which took place across the month of March around Women’s History Month. This global effort created or improved over 6,000 articles on Wikipedia, almost twice the output of the 2016 events. In total, since 2014, over 8,000 people at more than 500 events around the world have participated in Art+Feminism’s Edit-a-thons, resulting in the creation and improvement of nearly 11,000 articles on Wikipedia.

Our goals this year are:

  • Continue to organize the international Art+Feminism Editathons
  • Continue to build community as we train new editors, facilitators, and event organizers, and to support their increasing independence
  • Continue to improve organizational capacity
  • Continue to increase participant diversity

As we enter our fifth year of organizing we will continue to employ technology (like Slack) and provide supplemental training to make our organizers more independent; to continue the strategic outreach making the project more inclusive; and to continue to refine our materials (training, promotion, organization) to reflect the breadth and depth of our community. And we are beginning the process of becoming a non-profit.

Staff and contractorsEdit

Please describe any changes to your staffing plan for the upcoming funding period. These should include increases in staff or contractor hours, new staff positions, or staff positions you are removing. Include your rationale for any staffing changes here.

None. We will continue to have a .6FTE Art+Feminism Program Coordinator. Full details are in our Staffing Plan

For each new staff or contractor position, please use the template provided to add information about each new staff or contractor you are planning for the upcoming funding period (or to describe significant increases in hours or changes in job descriptions for existing staff). You are not required to provide this information for existing staff where no changes are required.

No new staff positions are requested.

Budget and resource planEdit

Link to a detailed budget for the upcoming funding period. This budget should include all of your organizations expenses. Please specify which expenses will be covered from your APG.

Midpoint reportEdit

This is a brief report on the grantee's progress during the midpoint reporting period: .

Program storyEdit

Please link to one program story that showcases your organization's achievements during the reporting period.

See linked report on Wikipedia below.


Please add text or a link to a page with details on your program progress. This should including reporting against each of the SMART objectives form your proposal.



Please report your organization's total spending during the reporting period, or link to a financial document showing your total spending.


Final reportEdit