Focus of This Profile: Grants to U.S. nonprofit organizations for international development projects in subject areas that include agriculture and environment.
Principal Office: USA
The International Foundation exists to help people of the developing world in their endeavors to solve some of their problems, to attain a better standard of living, and to obtain a reasonable degree of self-sufficiency.
The Foundation was established specifically to help organizations in the USA fund charitable activities internationally.
Grant Programs for Agriculture, Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources
The International Foundation makes grants in the following general areas:
Grants generally range from US$5 thousand to US$15 thousand for projects of one year.
APPLICATION: Applicants begin by reviewing the Foundation’s guidelines and eligibility criteria before submitting a Letter of Inquiry (LOI) online.
The LOI requests information about the proposed program area and target audience; measurable goals of the project; means to verify results; achievements to date; and specific capabilities of the organization to succeed in project implementation. There are no calendar deadlines for LOIs.
The Foundation reviews the LOIs in order to invite some applicants to submit full proposals.
About how to apply
Geographical Distribution of Grant Activities in Developing Countries
For individuals with questions regarding grants or other inquiries, the Foundation posts contact information.
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