Innocent Foundation Grants Open to Applications

Published: 04 January 2019 by KTN
Since 2004, The Innocent Foundation has been working to help the poorest families to feed themselves and adapt to a changing climate, building resilience for now and for the future. The Foundation is providing grants to help turn brave, bold ideas into real solutions that help the world's hungry. The fund is looking for:    -  An idea which addresses the root causes of hunger, helping the hungriest families in countries rated alarming or serious on the Global Hunger Index ( who are affected by climate change.    - An innovative idea or better way of delivering a proven idea to tackle hunger and strengthen resilience to climate change. Innovation with the potential to disrupt the status quo.    - An idea that has the potential to spread, from a small field pilot to a whole new country, region and beyond.     - A team of changemakers, gamechangers, visionaries, go-getters and innovators, underpinned by a sound organisational vision and strategy. Legally incorporated not-for-profits are eligible to apply. This includes:    - Charities    - Community-based organisations    - Social enterprises    - Universities.  Grants of between £30,000 - £50,000 per year (for up to three years) are available. In truly exceptional circumstances this could be as high as £150,000.  The Foundation will fund up to 100% of costs, but are equally happy to co-fund. The deadline for applications is 22 February 2019.  
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