Foundation / Corporation
Ben and Jerry’s Foundation
07/01/21 5:00 EST
Grants to Vermont nonprofit organizations to promote equity and social justice. Funding is intended to address the environmental, social, and economic impacts of poverty. Focus areas include housing, health care, nutrition, criminal justice, education, job access, and workers' rights.
Each summer, the Ben & Jerry’s Foundation offers competitive grants to Vermont-based, non-profit organizations working to address the economic, social, and environmental impacts of poverty. The Foundation will seek out innovative programs that are working toward fundamental change in Vermont and that approach their work through the lens of social justice and equity.
Funding preference will be given to organizations whose areas of interest may include, but are not limited to:
The Foundation will prioritize programs that work to involve and give voice to those who are most impacted by the problem the organization seeks to address. Grant recipients will be invited to make a presentation to Ben & Jerry’s Employees at some time during the grant year.
GrantWatch ID#: 167198
Up to $20,000
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