Foundation / Corporation
Slow Food Utah
Grants of up to $2,000 to Utah individuals, nonprofit community groups, and locally-owned small businesses for food-related projects that promote fair, clean, good food, cultural diversity, and conviviality. Priority will be given for projects that help enhance or increase local skills and capacity, the availability of locally produced foods (especially artisanal, Ark of Taste, wildcrafted, heirloom, or sustainably produced), regional and cultural food traditions, and taste or youth education.
Every year, Slow Food Utah takes applications from the community for micro-grants. This program was created in order to fill gaps that we see in traditional funding sources for local food-related projects, especially for small-scale food growers and producers, community innovators, and educators.
Slow Food Utah is committed to building the connections between all the facets of the state’s food culture. Farmers, ranchers, producers, chefs, and consumers equally share a place at the Slow Food Utah table. SlowFood Utah recognizes the importance of these local efforts and the existing food traditions from various communities and cultures that make up the state’s heritage and its future. It is through food and community that these stories are best shared and understood.
In the past, Slow Food Utah has provided funding for school gardens, the building of a goat barn, the purchase of a tractor, seeds and greenhouse supplies, new baby piglets, and much more.
GrantWatch ID#: 143560
At this time, the maximum grant request is $2,000. Most micro-grant awards are less than the maximum amount.
Who can apply for a grant: any individual, small business, or non-profit committed to Slow Food International principles of good, clean, fair food, cultural diversity, and conviviality.
Previous grant recipients may apply again, however due to limited funds, applications from new projects may be given priority.
Click on the link in the Supporting Documents section below to download the application.
Slow Food Utah may be able to consider applications on a rolling basis, funding permitting, if a time-sensitive opportunity arises that would be lost if you waited until the next application deadline. Before submitting a full application, please contact Slow Food Utah to discuss your situation.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
If you have any questions or need help, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
P.O. Box 581213 UT
Salt Lake City,