Moonflower Community Co-op's Seeds to Start Grant Application
Moonflower Community Cooperative envisions the cultivation of holistic community wellness, which has motivated us to create the Seeds to Start Grant Program. The Moab community faces numerous challenges while also benefiting from the passion, diligence, and bold imagination of its vibrant community members. We hope the Seeds to Start Grant Program can offer unique opportunities to motivated community members and organizations seeking positive changes and innovative solutions in our community. Our Grant Program funds community development projects in Moab, Spanish Valley, and Castle Valley.

Funds will be disbursed to non-profit organizations only. Individuals or groups seeking to complete a project in Moab may request sponsorship from a non-profit organization in order to receive funding.
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Preferred projects focus on (1) expanding local food production, (2) fostering community food security*, (3) promoting environmental justice**, and/or (4) directly benefiting low-income community members and community members of color.

*Community food security is a condition in which all community residents obtain a safe, culturally appropriate, nutritionally sound diet through an economically and environmentally sustainable food system that promotes community self-reliance and social justice.
**Environmental justice refers to the fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people regardless of race, color, national origin or income regarding the development, implementation and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations and policies.

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All applicants must provide a 500-1,000 word project proposal and a detailed budget spreadsheet. Funds will be disbursed in a single sum of up to $1,000. Grant recipients will be required to submit receipts and complete a report on the project's progress one year after the funds have been disbursed.

Spring Deadline: May 15th
Fall Deadline: November 15th

Please contact outreach@moonflower.coop for more information.

Full Name/Organization Name *
Email Address *
Phone Number *
What is the best way to contact you? *
If applying on behalf of an organization, please provide a brief description of the organization's mission and vision.
Why did you choose to apply for this grant? If you do not receive these funds, will you be able to execute this project? If you have applied for funding elsewhere, please list these other funding sources. *
In 500-1,000 words, please provide a project proposal with details (be specific!) about the project for which you're hoping to receive funding. Include information on the location, purpose, community need, specific objectives, and short- and long-term community impact, especially considering low-income communities and communities of color. *
Who will execute the project, and why are they qualified to do so? *
Please provide a detailed timeline of your project, including the project's start date, end date, major goals as the project progresses, and other important milestones. *
Please upload a budget spreadsheet for your project. We encourage the use of Excel, Numbers, or Google Sheets. Our grants do not fund labor expenses and will be used to purchase project materials. *
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