Food grants will support efforts to develop or improve access, availability and safety of food for consumption in the Third World.
Areas of interest include projects to:
The foundation concentrates its grant making on research, technical assistance and training projects of benefit to the Third World; favors grants for pilot projects and special programs that have potential for replication; prefers to support projects that employ and/or train personnel from the developing world; and favors research concerning problems of importance to the developing world.
Preference will be given to projects, including research projects, in areas that tend to be under-funded. A total of $700,000 is distributed to grantees annually.
The foundation has a two-phased application system composed of a short concept paper, followed by a limited number of full proposals.
This system screens out projects at the concept paper level that appear unlikely to receive final funding.
Full proposals requested have a fair chance of success. Submit 2 copies of a short concept paper, following the foundation's concept paper application form.
The concept paper should be no longer than 1 typed, double-sided page, plus a preliminary budget of no more than 1 page.
The concept paper must be submitted in English, and the budget information must be translated into US dollars.
Applications are not accepted by fax transmittal or via E-mail, unless prior approval has been given by foundation staff.
The geographic focus of the foundation is the developing world.
Preference will be given to organizations located in developing countries or to developed country organizations whose activities are of direct and immediate benefit to developing countries.
Concept applications may be submitted at any time, but must be received in the office by February 1 and August 1 in order for projects to be eligible for the May and November meetings of the Foundation.
For More Information and Application Visit: Conservation Food and Health Foundation Grants - Unique Fund - Globe Funds