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State accepting concept proposals for food grants

Food Assistance Program taking applications.

Farm Press Staff

April 19, 2024

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Washington state’s Food Assistance Program is taking applications for its fourth round of Resiliency Grants, which will offer $5.3 million to eligible hunger relief organizations.

The application is divided into two parts: a concept proposal and a full application, by invitation. The concept proposals for the Food Assistance Resiliency Grants Program 2024-2025 are open through April 30.

The Resiliency Grants Program contributes to the state Department of Agriculture’s ongoing Focus on Food Initiative, which aims to ensure access to a safe and nutritious supply of food to support a healthy and thriving Washington population. The Resiliency Grants and Initiatives Committee, a diverse advisory group, helps inform the design of this program.

For more information on grant eligibility requirements, program overview, and the application link, visit the WSDA Food Assistance website.

For additional questions, applicants are encouraged to email [email protected].

Source: Washington State Department of Agriculture

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