These aim to improve the Earth's ecosystem and the well-being of people by supporting projects in the following primary areas:
· Improving nutritional well being through agriculture
· The environment
· Science education
· CommunitiesPublic charities, government units, private schools, private hospitals and medical research organisations are eligible to apply.
Funding will only be considered for projects over $25,000. All grant requests must be for $25,000 or more.
All Organizations from outside the United States interested in applying for a Monsanto Fund grant need to fill out a World Area Grant Application and forward it to the respective world area representative
International organizations must make initial contact through a Monsanto country manager or appropriate employee, who will ensure that they meet the tax-exempt status and other qualifications before initiating further discussions.
Deadline: 1 January and 1 July every year.
Africa, Kinyua Mbijjewe, Monsanto Nairobi, I&M Building, 6th Floor, 2nd Ngong Avenue, Ngong Road, Nairobi, Kenya. Email: monsanto.fund[at]monsanto.com.
For more information and application materials, contact: The Monsanto Fund Website