The National Institute of Food and Agriculture's Community Food Project Program offers grants designed to help reduce hunger by addressing food insecurity issues at the local level. Successful Community Food Projects involve collaborative partners working together to solve healthy food access issues that affect low-income Americans. To prepare a successful application, it is important to get started early. Let us know if you have questions. KCARD has tools to help.
Funding Amounts: $35,000 to $400,000 for one to four-year projects; requires $1 for $1 match, can be met in-kind
Eligible Entities: Non-Profits, Tribal Organizations, or Public Food Program Service Providers