ProVeg Grants Program
Do you want to create a vegan world?
We can help.
We equip leaders with the tools they need to effectively reduce the global consumption of animals by 50% by the year 2040.
What is the ProVeg Grants Program?
The ProVeg Grants Program supports organizations working towards food systems change. We are facilitating a global approach to reduce animal product consumption by 50% by the year 2040 by strengthening high-impact potential organizations and leaders through financial and capacity-building support.
Why the ProVeg Grants Program?
Many of the world’s most urgent problems share a common cause, our food choices. ProVeg is dedicated to raising awareness of how we can tackle these problems through diet.
At ProVeg, we strive for a world where everyone chooses delicious and healthy food that is good for all humans, animals, and the planet. Our Grants Program expands food systems change to all corners of the world.
Currently, most vegan advocacy and meat reduction work is localized to few countries, yet advocacy efforts must expand worldwide to curb the global rise in meat, dairy, and egg demand. The ProVeg Grants Program equips emerging leaders with the tools they need to effectively launch large-scale diet-change efforts into their own regions of the world.
How will we accomplish this?
The ProVeg Grants Program expands diet-change work through 3 avenues of support.
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Cellular Agriculture Australia
Bianca Le – Australia
“The ProVeg Grant has allowed us to kickstart our initiatives as a new nonprofit in the emerging industry of cellular agriculture. We’ve been able to hit the ground running within the first 5 months of being founded and the results are already showing; students are changing their career pathways to cellular agriculture, academic researchers are taking on cellular agriculture projects, and cell ag companies have a greater platform to seek talent and network with investors.”
Sneha Shrestha – Nepal
“ProVeg has supported us for the vegan education project with an aim of creating a resilient and impactful vegan movement in Nepal by educating young Nepalese. This outreach program has helped us to build a vegan network in almost 100 schools in Kathmandu and it’s growing every year.”
Casey Riordan – U.S.A.
“ProVeg has been a wonderful supporter of Faunalytics’ research. What makes ProVeg special is their unique, community-building approach to funding: when you become a grantee, you’re immediately welcomed into a supportive community of organizations working together to help one another in our combined effort to end animal suffering. We are proud to be a part of such a compassionate community and to be able to call ourselves a ProVeg grantee.”
Evolve Our Prison Farms
Calvin Neufeld – Canada
“ProVeg has helped to nurture the transition of Canada’s prison farms from industrial animal agribusiness towards a model that would be healing and restorative for prisoners, animals, and earth. Through funding, training, and moral support, ProVeg has made it possible for Evolve Our Prison Farms to grow into an influential national conversation about rehabilitation and therapy, the human rights of prisoners, the rights of animals, and the need for climate solutions.”
Nabassa Innoncent – Uganda
“I would like to express our gratitude to ProVeg International for supporting Uganda’s first Vegfest. We were doing this for the first time and we definitely cannot take your support for granted.”