The Foundation awarded 11 grants in 2013. All grant applications submitted to the Foundation for its consideration described, in detail, how they would contribute toward developing and implementing the mission and vision of the Foundation, as well as its goals. Grant applications are typically due in July each year. For future applications, please note that each application must contain the following: budget, project objectives, project relationship to Foundation mission, vision and goals; project work plan; measurable project milestones; project team members; and project partnerships.
The deadline for Requests for Proposals was July 17, 2015. For more information, contact the Animals for Life Foundation office at 614-246-8270 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recipients are Canine Companions for Independence; Carroll, Cuyahoga, Harrison, Jefferson and Tuscarawas County Farm Bureaus; and The Riding Centre.
The Animals for Life Foundation has selected 11 projects and programs related to the human-animal bond that will be awarded grant funding during the 2013 fiscal year.
Interested parties have until July 1, 2014, to complete and submit their RFP application to the Foundation.
The Animals for Life Foundation has approved more than $30,000 in grants in fiscal year 2011 projects that help improve the human-animal bond, including a therapy dog program for children with autism and a farm animal handling program for first responders.
Grants are awarded to programs that highlight agriculture and its impact on the community in economics, community development and/or agribusiness development; education, public awareness and/or outreach and environmental issues involving agriculture and its impact on the respective community.
LATEST GRANT NEWS
February 24, 2011
The following grant recipients are working to educate the public about the value animals bring to human life and the care humans give their animals. Animals are an important part of our lives in many ways, for many reasons for many purposes.
Canton Repository, September 28, 2011
After wrestling with math concepts in class, first-grader Franky Knapik eases his mind by lightly rubbing Vinny. "He is a nice puppy," said Franky, 7, who is one of the male boxer's young friends at Northside Elementary School.