Angela Braren
Jun 3, 2017 · 3 min read

Whether you’re looking to fund programs to alleviate hunger, improve food insecurity in your community or develop food banks or conduct research, look no further! The Instrumentl team has compiled food and agriculture grant opportunities in this handy list for your nonprofit or organization!

Read more about each grant below or visit Instrumentl to browse more grants like these!


National Institute of Food & Agriculture — DEADLINE: Jun 21, 2017

Who’s it for? Nonprofits or academic research organizations

What projects are eligible? Novel approaches to studying antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in crops/food products, those that reduce and mitigate AMR

How much? Up to US $1,200,000

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Food Lion Feeds Charitable Foundation — DEADLINE: Sep 15, 2017

Who’s it for? 501(c)(3) nonprofits based in or supporting states Food Lion operates in

What projects are eligible? Working to diminish hunger/food insecurity in their community

How much? More than US $2,500

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California Dept of Food & Agriculture — DEADLINE: Oct 21, 2017

Who’s it for? Organizations working with the California FFA Association (Tier 1) and/or nonprofit or govt. agencies working at either statewide or local levels (Tier 2)

What projects are eligible? Those that support agricultural career planning/training, education, and leadership development

How much? US $2,500 — US $25,000

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Whole Kids Foundation — DEADLINE: Oct 31, 2017

Who’s it for? 501(c)(3) nonprofit or charity organizations that work with children in grades K-12 in the US

What projects are eligible? Nonprofit organization working alongside children ages K-12 to support an edible, educational garden

How much? US $2,000

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Domanica Foundation — DEADLINE: Rolling

Who’s it for? IRS qualified charitable 501(c)(3) organizations

What projects are eligible? Programs for the homeless, programs that alleviate hunger, or provide healthcare to the poor

How much? Unspecified amount

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Kroger Foundation Grants — DEADLINE: Rolling

Who’s it for? Nonprofit organizations

What projects are eligible? Those that provide hunger relief, improve food security in their communities, and philanthropic efforts to “Feed the Human Spirit”

How much? Unspecified amount

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USDA: Rural Development (RD) — DEADLINE: Rolling

Who’s it for? Public bodies, non-profits, federally-recognized tribes

What projects are eligible? Those working to strengthen or create community food systems (community gardens, food pantries, community kitchens, food banks, food hubs, greenhouses)

How much? Unspecified amount

Apply Now


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Angela Braren

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Co-founder of Instrumentl. Former nonprofit development exec, biologist.

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Easily find nonprofit & research grants

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