Community Food Funders
Community Food Funders (CFF) is a philanthropic organizing project formed in 2011 to provide information, resources and networking opportunities for funders in the New York, New Jersey and southern Connecticut region to invest in the transition to an equitable, ecologically sound and sustainable regional food system that emphasizes local growing, processing and distribution.
Contact: Adam Liebowitz – firstname.lastname@example.org
Fresh Taste Initiative
Fresh Taste is a partnership born of learning, sharing, and the recognition of common interests by a group of foundations and the City of Chicago.
Contact: Karen Lehman – email@example.com
New England Food Funders (NEFF)
NEFSF is an informal group of grantmakers who are slowly creating a learning network to support more localized, sustainable food systems that shorten the distance from field to fork, strengthen local economies, promote ecological health and provide for the nutritional and social needs of community members.
Contact: Ruth Goldman – firstname.lastname@example.org or Ann Wallace – email@example.com
Roots of Change
Roots of Change (ROC) is a collaboration of community, nonprofit, philanthropic, government, and business organizations that are unified by strategy and collaborate in pursuit of a sustainable food system in California by 2030.
Contact: Michael Dimock – firstname.lastname@example.org
Vermont Food Funders
Through partnerships, research, gatherings, grants, and investments, we want to help create a nationally-recognized food system that helps more Vermont families enjoy the benefits of local food while opening up new markets for local farmers’ products.
Contact: Janet McLaughlin – email@example.com