The Erna and Victor Hasselblad Foundation, established in 1979, is a fully independent, not-for-profit foundation based at Götaplatsen in Gothenburg, Sweden. The main aim of the Foundation is to promote research and academic teaching in the natural sciences and photography. The Foundation also presents an annual international award in photography to “a photographer recognized for major achievements”.
Awards Scandinavian photographers, or Scandinavians working abroad, with an international environment located in Grez-sur-Loing near Fontainebleau, France. The awarded photographer will be accommodated at the Hôtel Chevillon, restored by the Grez-sur-Loing Foundation. The Grez-sur-Loing stipends  has been awarded since 1994.
Targeting Swedish photographers, the winner of this stipend  will follow in the footsteps of Swedish physician Axel Munthe, awarded with an international stay at Axel Munthe's Villa San Michele located on Capri, an island in the southern part of Italy.
A stipend established to encourage Nordic nature photography, based on Victor Hasselblad's interest in nature. In collaboration with Vårgårda Photo Club. First stipend to be awarded was Swedish photographer Marcus Elmerstad.