Deadline: October 15, 2014
Applications are now invited by the Howard G. Buffett Foundation from non-profit organizations around the globe who are taking action in the areas of food security, conflict, or poverty alleviation.
The 40 Chances Seed Grants Program is a global call for innovative solutions to hunger, conflict, or poverty issues in partnership with Arizona State University’s Lodestar Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Innovation.
- Grants of $10,000 will be provided to selected winners.
- Applicants must have US 501(c)(3) tax exempt status to be eligible, or be sponsored by an organization that does.
- Applicant organizations must clearly involve local leadership and management into the operations of the organization.
- Applicants must integrate locally driven design, development, and deployment in its programs or services.
- Applicant organization’s 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.
Application criteria will involve the following;;
- curriculum vitae/resume
- budget outline
- business plan
- applicant (individual)’s photo
- organization logo
- photos of the project.
Applicants can apply here.
For more information, click The 40 Chances Seed Grants program