What the WTMF means by high-quality collaboration

We’ve added some extra detail to the WTMF criteria page. Beneath the core criteria, you’ll find an example of something the WTMF would be open to supporting. Then we’ve provided an example of something less collaborative, but more cooperative – and less likely to receive support.

The difference between cooperation, coordination and collaboration is also outlined – demonstrating how you can set a clear path towards deeply impactful high-quality collaboration.

With the objective of protecting your time, we encourage you to carefully consider if your initiative meets the WTMF criteria before applying.

Don’t forget the criteria page has ‘Guidance’ and ‘FAQ’ tabs to help you interpret the criteria and how to identify true collaboration.

Find out all about the WTMF Criteria.