IFT members can request grants that support a project to ensure a safe, nutritious food supply for everyone. The following outlines the process and timeline to request funding for programs in alignment to advance the mission of Feeding Tomorrow.
Overview of Process
Basis for Funding Decision
The IFT Board of Directors ensures that the portfolio of funded programs, services and initiatives are of high quality and represents the mission to bring the most creative and innovative minds to the science of food and to help them improve the world. The Selection Team makes funding decisions based on current priorities, objectives, and mission.
It is the expectation that all funded projects will be expected to submit a final report that outlines project impact and progress to be utilized for annual reporting and/or future grant funding opportunities.
Grant Proposal Information
Details on grant proposal requirements are outlined below. If you have questions or require additional information, please contact the Feeding Tomorrow Staff. A PDF of the grant proposal requirements and application process is also available for download.
Applicants are encouraged to contact the Feeding Tomorrow at any point in the process to discuss their project.
Proposals must include the following and should be no more than four pages:
A cover letter
Detailed project description
Goals and objectives (overall goals and measurable objectives)
Project budget – proposal can request $500–$5,000