ProVeg Capacity Grant
Apply for a Capacity Grant to strengthen your organization!

Current ProVeg or EVA grant recipients are eligible to receive up to 1 Capacity Grant per year.

Grants are up to $1000 USD. Unfortunately, due to limited available funding, not all applications will be approved and not all accepted proposal will be awarded in the full requested amount.

A follow-up report and all invoices are requested within one month of using the grant.

We review applications the first week of every month.



The ProVeg Capacity Grant offers support to improve professional capacity of your organization and vegan advocacy or meat reduction campaigns.

Eligible proposals include capacity building for work that aligns with ProVeg's mission and values. Unfortunately, funding is not available for capacity building for items listed here:



*Professional consultation such as legal consultation, branding & marketing consultation, fundraising consultation, HR consultation, and similar.

*Skill-building training for management or vegan work

*Leadership courses

*DEI training

*Travel to conferences that will build skills or networks in vegan advocacy

*Website development

*And other items that will build professional capacity of your vegan advocacy and/or meat reduction work


Questions may be sent to

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Organization Name
Applicant Name
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Grant Request in United States Dollars (up to $1000 USD)
How will you use this grant?
(Optional) If there is anything else you'd like to add?
If we cannot fund your full requested amount, are you interested to accept a partial amount?
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Link proof of expenses here or email evidence of expenses to (For instance, link to workshop fees, screenshot of train travel ticket costs, etc.) Applications with out proof of expenses cannot be reviewed.
Thank you! We'll get back to you within 6 weeks.
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