Community Food Projects Competitive Grants Program

The USDA is sponsoring a Community Food Projects Competitive Grants Program to meet the food needs of low-income people, increase the self-reliance of communities to provide for their own food needs, and to promote a comprehensive response when it comes to local farm and food requirements. They also aim to meet the specific needs of the state and local agricultural needs.

Who is Eligible to Apply for Community Food Projects Competitive Grants Program?

To those interested to apply for this grant, only private, non-profit entities that have experience in the area of community food work, the development of new market in low income communities for agricultural producers, and job training and business development activities may apply.

How to Apply for Community Food Projects Competitive Grants Program?

For those entities that are interested to apply for this grant, visit their website to know the details for applying.

Where to Apply for Community Food Projects Competitive Grants Program?

Head out to the local USDA office near your area or visit their website for more information regarding the submission of filled application forms.

For more information, contact:

United States Department of Agriculture
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
1400 Independence Avenue SW., Stop 2201
Washington, DC 20250-2201
www.nifa.usda.gov

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