PIE GRANT FOOD AWARD PROCESS
As you are aware, we are currently facing the Coronavirus (COVID-19) public health crisis. With that being said, the review and award process for the 2020 PIE FOOD Grant has been postponed until further notice. When additional guidance is provided from the Food Council, this notice will be updated. Thank you for your understanding.
For more information about COVID-19 (Coronavirus), please go to the Public Health Madison and Dane County Coronavirus website:
The Office for Equity and Inclusion, in partnership with the Dane County Food Council, is pleased to announce the Partner in Equity Food Project Grant. This grant program was created to encourage the innovative development of projects that advance equity and access in local food systems across Dane County.
To qualify for the Partners in Equity (PIE) - Food grant, groups must be developing projects that advance equity and access in local food systems in Dane County. The PIE-FOOD grant program was created to encourage the innovative development of projects that advance equity and access in local food systems across Dane County through educational and outreach services.
Proposals should address one or more of the following focus areas:
The budget to support food projects is $24,000 in 2020.
Questions? Contact the Office for Equity and Inclusion at (608) 283-1391.
Dane County-based community groups or non-profits with a Federal Tax ID number that are working to address one or more of the focus areas listed above. Priority will be given to projects serving Dane County communities outside the city of Madison and those that impact underserved or underrepresented communities in Madison. There are two (2) different applications and two (2) categories created for the PIE Food Grant:
Please select the appropriate application when applying. Contact the Office for Equity and Inclusion at (608) 283-1391 if you have questions.
The application deadline has passed. Thank you for your interest.
Application for Grants less than $2000
Application for Grants $2000 to $4000
The City of Madison has launched their annual SEED Grants for local food systems projects. Applications for 2020 are currently open and will close on March 2, 2020. Interested organizations located inside the City of Madison are strongly encouraged to explore and apply for City of Madison SEED Grant Funds.