AGCO Agriculture Foundation (“Foundation”), a private organization with a vision to prevent and alleviate hunger through sustainable agricultural development, today announced the launch of its 2023 Advanced Call for Applications (“CAG”) for one of the organization’s main goals. area :
Promote quality education, research and innovation in agriculture. The Foundation invites non-profit organizations and public universities/educational institutions registered and recognized as charitable or non-profit organizations under the law to apply for funding by submitting project proposals to The funding amount ranges from 200,000 to 450,000 USD for a project lasting two to three years.
“Building the capacity of our farmers is critical to promote and strengthen their skills to increase productivity,” said Roger Batkin, Chairman of the Foundation’s Board of Directors. “Through a sophisticated call for applications, we have increased funding to support projects that empower farmers, equip youth for viable careers in agriculture, and build capacity. resources and skills development for women and the agricultural community.”
The Foundation is committed to a farmer-centric approach and impact-based initiatives for a food secure world. Aligned with AGCO’s goal of providing farmer-focused solutions to feed the world sustainably and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 4 on “Quality Education”, the Foundation recognizes the the importance of facilitating access to quality agricultural education and training programs that support agricultural transformation. , capacity building and skills development of farmers, including youth and women.
Through community investment software partner Benevity, the Fund’s grantmaking application platform will implement the CAG 2023 cycle from September 11, 2023 to October 13, 2023. CAG 2023 reinforces the Fund’s commitment for its focus areas strategy and seek capacity-strengthening proposals. farmers, farming communities, youth and women. The grants will facilitate access to resources, training, operations and meet the needs of farmers to continuously improve their practices, strengthen their resilience and enhance their profitability as well as contribute to a food secure world.
Grant eligible non-profit organizations must submit a proposal with a focus on “Pillar two: Agricultural Education and Innovation” and can only submit one application under this focus pillar.
CAG Concept Brief, Application Forms, CAG Process Overview and FAQs
The Foundation recommends all non-profits thoroughly review all the materials for CAG 2023 before preparing and submitting an application.
- Grant Application Page – Access and start an application here.
- CAG Concept Note on “Pillar two: Agricultural Education and Innovation.”
- CAG Process Overview/Guidelines.
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
The application deadline for CAG 2023 is October 13, 2023, at 5 p.m. EDT. Please check the eligibility requirements prior to applying for this grant. The Foundation will only assess applications that meet the eligibility requirements of the CAG, adhere to the focus pillar of interest, and submit all required supporting documents as outlined in the CAG Concept Note.
Start an application today – GRANT PAGE
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Introducing AGCO Agricultural Fund
Founded by AGCO Corporation (NYSE:
AGCO) in 2018, AGCO Agricultural Foundation is a private organization with a vision to prevent and alleviate hunger. The Foundation promotes impactful programs that support food security, sustainable agricultural development, and build essential agricultural infrastructure in marginalized agricultural communities. The fund is headquartered in Vaduz, Liechtenstein and its operations are managed from Duluth, Georgia, USA. For more information, visit https: