Support for grassroots projects that increase incomes for people living in poverty, including in agriculture and animal breeding
Principal Office: UK
Tzedek is a Jewish charitable organization aiming to reduce extreme poverty, focusing on grassroots projects in Africa and Asia.
Grants support projects in micro-finance, training for livelihoods or vocations, and agriculture or animal breeding.
Grant Programs for Agriculture, Energy, Environment, Natural Resources
Tzedek Grants. Tzedek accepts applications from grassroots organizations that have previous experience in running projects in Africa and Asia. Note: At the current time, the program is restricted to applications from Africa.
Funding is for projects that aim to raise the income of the participants above the internationally defined poverty level. Most projects include one or more aspects of micro-finance; training for livelihoods or vocations; and agriculture or animal breeding.
Tzedek will fund up to the equivalent of £5 thousand. Organisations that have no previous international funding may apply for a maximum of £1,500 for their first application.
About the program
If the LOI is successful, Tzedek will send an application form and assign one of its team members to assist with the application.
About how to apply
Geographical Distribution of Grant Activities in Developing Countries
Tzedek publishes online profiles of its international (overseas) projects.
Tzedek offers complete contact information for its office in London, UK.
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