Make data-at-scale work harder to enable climate-ready financing
Members are expected to actively engage and participate in the development of the initiative for example, through the provision of domain expertise, facilities and other resources.
At a high-level, Members
- Contribute expertise, help us identify current challenges and potential innovations, or case-studies
- Develop joint funding proposals that address collective-action challenges
- Promote Icebreaker One’s mission, values, activities and outputs
- Contribute to communication and dissemination to maximise impact
We have defined Membership tiers aligned with organizational type and size. Our fees are annual in GBP and can be made up in both cash and contributions in-kind.
By submitting this form you agree to the Icebreaker One Membership Terms & Conditions athttps://icebreakerone.org/membership-tcs-2019-11-01/
You confirm and represent that you have full capacity and authority to enter into this agreement as the representative of Your organisation.
The Service Effective Date is recorded as the date upon which this form is submitted: 2020-December-04
Contributions in-kind: an efficient way to recognise value and enable reciprocity.
We are open to up to 50% of the annual fee being contributed as a contribution in-kind (CiK) if there is insufficient budget available. CiK may also be greater than the total membership fee and can be recognised as match-funding against our grant awards. For example: a C1 Member may contribute £2K in cash and also contribute material time to the value of £5K to the project—in this case, we can count £7K to our match-funding; a C2 Member may contribute £7.5K in cash and 10K in-kind, in which case we could recognise £17.5K; a C3 Member may choose to contribute £75K in-kind and the same in cash. We have designed the model to be flexible to the needs of Members while maximising the impact of all contributions. We also reserve the right to use our funds to contract Members, for example, when included in joint funding bids.