- Interreg South Baltic 2014-2020
- INTERREG PL-SN 2014-2020
WELCOME TO WEBSITE OF THE CENTRAL INFORMATION POINT ON THE EUROPEAN FUNDS
WHAT WE DO?
What can we do for you?
Central Information Point provides entrepreneurs, individuals, NGO’s, public institutions and other entities interested in getting or properly spending EU funds with information on the following topics:
- whether your project may be financed from the UE programmes and under what conditions
- what are the main rules for the project’s proper preparation
- where, when and how to apply for a grant
- how to find a project financed from the UE
Our consultants provide information about the following programmes:
- Smart Growth
Infrastructure and Environment
Knowledge, Education, Development
Development of Eastern Poland
European Territorial Co-operation ones
Where and how can you contact us?
There are a few forms of contact with our consultants: by phone, by e-mail, by appointment, by post.
Currently we work at 3/5 Żurawia St. in Warsaw.
We operate for 6 days a week – from Monday to Friday from 8.00 to 18.00
and on Saturdays from 10.00 to 14.00.
Ph. + 48 782 110 194
Central Information Point is run by the Centre for European Projects and operates within the project of the Ministry of Infrastructure and
The project is financed with the resources of European Cohesion Fund (Technical Assistance Operational Programme) and the resources of the state budget.
HOW TO ASK ABOUT THE EU FOUNDS?
How to prepare for the meeting
We highly recommend you to prepare for a meeting with our consultants. You may find it useful to consider several issues related to your project.
I. When looking for a suitable programme for your project:
1. Who intends to apply for funding?
- person who wants to start a business
- company (within what industry it operates, what is the number of employees)
- non-governmental organization
- public administration institution
- cultural institution
- research institution
- an individual
- other (what entity?)
2. In which region it will be implemented, whether it is rural or urban area?
3. What is the estimated cost of the project?
4. Give us a brief description of the project.
II. When implementing your project:
1. Under what program/measure the project is implemented?
2. What is the number and date of the call for proposals the project was given the grant?
3. Who carries out the project? (e.g., company, foundation, association, public entity)
4. Where do you carry out the project? (region, whether it is a town or rural area)
5. What is the problem we can help you to solve?