Mini-Grant Application | Syrian Community Food or Farming Projects
Pittsburgh Food Policy Council Immigrant Food and Farming Access working group and All for All, an immigrant inclusion initiative, are providing tangible opportunities for engagement around food production and entrepreneurship, open to members of the Syrian community living in the Pittsburgh-area.

These mini-grants of up to $2,000 can be used to advance projects relating to food or farming. For example, equipment for catering businesses, seeds or tools for gardens, or renting space at a commissary kitchen for a food truck would be eligible projects.

Applications will close on August 10th.

Thank you to Lush Cosmetics Company for making this opportunity possible.

If you need assistance with this application, please email aurora@changeagency.world.
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