Non-Governmental Organizations who work in areas of poverty eradication, conflict resolution and food security are invited to apply for the 40 Chances Seed Grants.
The 40 Chances Seed Grants program as organized by The Howard G. Buffett Foundation, Arizona State University, and the Lodestar Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Innovation will provide small-scale funding to the most innovative nonprofit organizations and/or Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs) that use strategies built on the principles of 40 Chances: Finding Hope in a Hungry World. These nonprofits must support solutions to social challenges in the areas of food security, conflict, or poverty alleviation.
Grants of $10,000 will be provided to selected winners.
- NGOs can apply globally
- Applicant must clearly involve local leadership and management into the operations of the organization, and integrate locally driven design, development, and deployment in its programs or services.
- Applicants efforts should fill gaps in existing value chains, or otherwise combine a variety of complementary and existing efforts into a comprehensive and integrated approach to solve the intended challenge.
Deadline 15th October
For application and further information visit the 40 Chances Seed Grant Website