ProVeg Grants Program for Individuals and Organisations

ProVeg Grants Program for Individuals and Organisations

The ProVeg Grants program is accelerating the transformation of our food system by providing support for organisations involved in this vital work. Since 2019, ProVeg International has provided more than 500 grants to organisations and individuals in over 70 countries. We provide both financial support and assistance with capacity-building.

Benefits provided by ProVeg Grants

$5,000–$50,000 per year

ProVeg Grants offers financial support of between $5,000 and $50,000 per year. While we would love to fund all of the high-quality proposals that we receive, unfortunately our grants funds are limited and, as such, not all applications will be awarded. In all cases, the awarding of grants is at the sole discretion of ProVeg International.

Access to more than 200 experts

ProVeg Grantees receive access to our network of more than 200 experts who work in the food-system-transformation space.

One-on-one consultations

We provide one-on-one consultations with grantees, providing advice about organisational structure, strategy, impact initiatives, and other key facets of their work.

Resources and support

We provide numerous other resources, in the form of reports, research, webinars, and events throughout the year.

How to Apply

For more information and job application details, see; ProVeg Grants Program for Individuals and Organisations

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