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Effective Vegan Advocacy Grant

to fund vegan advocacy and meat reduction efforts

 

The EVA Grant offers funding to organizations and individuals that align with ProVeg’s mission to reduce the global consumption of animals by 50% by the year 2040.

 

Below you will find the eligibility criteria. While we aim to fund many proposals, grants are limited and, unfortunately, not all who apply will be awarded. In all cases, grant selection is at the sole discretion of ProVeg International. Unfortunately, USA applicants are currently ineligible.

EVA Grants range up to $5,000 USD.

Application deadlines are 1 March, 1 June, 1 September, and 1 December, 1am Pacific Time. Selection results are announced up to 8 weeks after the deadline.

Inquiries may be sent to [email protected]

Please note: Due to budget constraints, we will be funding fewer grants during our Sept. 2021 selection round.

Apply

 

Scroll down for eligibility guidelines.

Please note: This opportunity is for organizations and individuals based outside the United States and/or are not international chapters of US-based organizations. Applicants are eligible for only one EVA or ProVeg grant per year.

See our other grants here.

 

Do you feedback for us? Or suggestions on how we can improve? Please let us know here.

 

 

The EVA Grant offers funding to organizations and individuals that align with ProVeg’s mission to reduce the global consumption of animals by 50% by the year 2040.

 

Below you will find the eligibility criteria. While we aim to fund many proposals, grants are limited and, unfortunately, not all who apply will be awarded. In all cases, grant selection is at the sole discretion of ProVeg International. Unfortunately, USA applicants are currently ineligible.

EVA Grants range up to $5,000 USD.

Application deadlines are 1 March, 1 June, 1 September, and 1 December, 1am Pacific Time. Selection results are announced up to 8 weeks after the deadline.

Inquiries may be sent to [email protected]

Please note: Due to budget constraints, we will be funding fewer grants during our Sept. 2021 selection round.

Apply

 

Scroll down for eligibility guidelines.

Please note: This opportunity is for organizations and individuals based outside the United States and/or are not international chapters of US-based organizations. Applicants are eligible for only one EVA or ProVeg grant per year.

See our other grants here.

 

Do you feedback for us? Or suggestions on how we can improve? Please let us know here.

 

We support proposals that:

  • Work towards ProVeg International’s mission to reduce the global consumption of animals by 50% by the year 2040
  • Prioritize all animal species equally (for instance, does not benefit cows at the cost of increasing consumption of chickens)
  • Aim to reduce or eliminate demand or consumption of animals

Organizations that conduct only diet-change work may apply for unrestricted general operating support.

We support organizations and individuals that:

  • Consistently demonstrates a positive reputation with their stakeholders and community, and can contribute to ProVeg International’s positive reputation
  • Align with ProVeg Grants Program’s safespace and respectful workplace values
  • Are outside the United States and/or are not international chapters of US-based organizations

We are currently prioritizing:

  • Proposals from outside the United Kingdom, Germany, Netherlands, Poland, South Africa, Spain, Belgium, United States
  • Organizations that are led by and meaningfully employ women, people of colour, and other marginalized persons
  • Projects that are evidence-based with measurable results

We are currently not funding:

  • Animal welfare reforms or welfare campaigns
  • Animal farming or other animal use
  • Projects that use animal products (animal-based food, leather, etc.)
  • Projects or organizations that benefit, support, or are impartial to animal farming or any other form of animal exploitation.
  • For-profit companies
  • Food banks, hunger-relief, or food costs
  • Gardening projects
  • Book production
  • Animal rescue or care
  • Political parties or candidate endorsement
  • Legal defense expenses
  • Protests, demonstrations, or vigils
  • Tuition, student research
  • Work within the United States
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