Nutrition Security for Indigenous Youth
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Newman's Own Foundation, Tahoma Peak Solutions
The Nutrition Security for Indigenous Youth program
provides funding to organizations that build on the
strengths of Native communities to enhance nutrition
security for Native youth.
Project examples include but are not limited to:
- Coalition building and goal setting
- Advocacy, education, and relationship building with
key stakeholders and policy makers
- Gardens at youth centers and schools
- Youth culture camps focusing on traditional foods
- Educational sessions on traditional food cultures,
harvesting, processing, and foodways
- Internship programs that develop Native youth
- Support for Native youth attendance at relevant
conferences or convenings
- Development of related programming at meetings or
- Films, storytelling, and art related to Native youth
Eligible applicants include:
- 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations serving Native
- Tribal governments
- Educational institutions
- Native-owned social innovation businesses
Amount of funding
Award amounts range from $20,000 to $50,000. Larger
grants may be considered.
Begin the application process by completing the eligibility
quiz by August 26, 2022.
Upon completing the quiz, applicants will receive further
instructions to complete the application. Full
applications are due by September 15, 2022.
Additional guidance is available on the
American Indian or Alaska Native · Children and youth · Food security and nutrition
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