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QTBIPOC Collective Care Grant for farmers


The goal of the QTBIPOC Collective Care Grant is to fund Queer and Trans Black, Indigenous, People of Color (QTBIPOC) led collectives organizing in community building, resource distribution, and self-determination through land-based work. We are defining "collective" as a group of three or more people coming together with shared leadership and decision-making working towards a shared goal.


Link (english): https://forms.gle/HJatCtUR9h3KNaWS9

Enlace (espanol): https://forms.gle/Xu4aNkSSVjWyESk36


Collectives are able to apply for up to $4000 per organizing group. This project has been made possible through the Queer Service Provider cohort as part of Cultivemos that a couple of AgDev folks participate in. Applications are due December 28th. Please direct any questions to collectivecaregrant@gmail.com.

The following groups are eligible for funding:

  • Collectives that have a QTBIPOC majority in shared leadership engaged in agriculture and land based work in some way (such as but not limited to farmers, farm workers, land stewards, herbalists, seed keepers, and other organizers working closely with land based projects)

  • Collectives based in Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, or Washington D.C.

The following collectives will be prioritized:

  • Collectives whose goals who reflect our values of community building, resource distribution, and self determination

  • Collective projects that are underfunded or ineligible for other grants

Responses will be reviewed by a working group of the Queer Service Provider Cohort of Cultivemos. This working group is majority QTBIPOC farmers.

This form is due by December 28 with money distributed by February 1, 2023. Please direct any questions to collectivecaregrant@gmail.com


Link (english): https://forms.gle/HJatCtUR9h3KNaWS9

Enlace (espanol): https://forms.gle/Xu4aNkSSVjWyESk36


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