2014 Policy Briefing

2014 SAFSF Policy Briefing

Membership

Are you a funder interested in SAFSF Membership?

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Seeking Grants?

SAFSF is not a grantmaking organization but we do provide some resources aimed at helping NGOs here.

Contact SAFSF

SAFSF
16 W. Mission St., Suite M
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

Tel: 805.687.0551
Tel: 805.569.7178
Fax: 805.569.2686
Email: info@safsf.org

Virginia Clarke, Changing the Way We Give

Did you see Virginia’s TEDx Manhattan talk?

Thank you for the work you do and for your interest in our network.

We have many resources online for funders and non-funders alike. However, please note that all SAFSF events and programs are for funders only.

Funders
Welcome, we're glad you found us!

If you are interested in membership, please review our membership and application information online. You can contact our program and membership associate, Huyen Nguyen, for an application.

Our upcoming calls and events can be found on the right hand side of the home page or under the events tab. Visit our new resource library to access reports and guides relating to all aspects of the food system.

There are many ways to participate in the network. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you become part of SAFSF.

Non-funders
Please explore our website as there are ample resources from our Annual Forums, conference calls, and other meetings which may be of interest. The publications in our resource library are available to all. If you are looking for funding for a specific project, check out our Seeking Grants? section on the left hand side of the home page.

Our Mission

SAFSF is an international network of grantmakers that works to foster communication, shared learning, and information exchange about issues connected to sustainable agriculture and food systems. SAFSF seeks to carry out its mission by providing opportunities for collaboration, increasing awareness of the issues as well as funding needs, and expanding beyond the current membership to increase support and funding for organizations that (i) promote sustainable and just food production; (ii) link to concerns about sustainability and justice of our food system; and/or (iii) connect food production with issues of environmental stewardship, diet and heath, and viability of communities.