Principal Office: USA
Key Words: environmental conservation, sustainable communities, Mexico
The International Community Foundation (ICF) aims to strengthen civil society and promote sustainable communities in Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America and the Caribbean.
ICF specializes in donor-advised funds, managing funds contributed by individuals and organizations for allocation within ICF’s areas of competence.
The Foundation’s main geographical focus is the cross-border area of the USA with Mexico. It also supports activity in Mexico’s Baja California and Sea of Cortez, and elsewhere in Latin America and the Caribbean. Program areas are:
Grant Programs for Agriculture, Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources
Environment and Conservation. ICF’s grant making reflects the varied interests of the donors who contribute through the Foundation, including the following (among others):
Grants generally range from US$1 thousand to US$50 thousand, but a few larger grants are US$200 thousand and more.
About recent grants and past grants.
APPLICATION: ICF does not invite unsolicited proposals.
Information for Grant Seekers.
Geographical Distribution of Grant Activities in Developing Countries
Latin America and Caribbean: Mexico (and other LAC)
In fiscal 2011, ICF’s grant expenditures (all programs) were US$4.6 million.
The Foundation posts its annual reports. The annual reports include detailed grant lists and many grant statistics. Environment is by far the largest program area (accounting for 61% of grant expenditures in year 2011).
The Foundation provides contact information for general inquiries, and it provides names and contact information of its program staff.
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