Grants 2014

Awarded Grants by year: 2017201620152014

 

Project: Providing enrichment classes in nutrition, healthy cooking, and gardening to 250 low-income minority kids and family members in Hartford, CT. Increase capacity to host field trips and improve teaching resources so that BFW can better support the common core curriculum and contribute to students’ academic success.

Gainesville , FL
$2,2400

Project: Funding for greenhouse infrastructure to grow seedlings and do germination testing, in order to further develop the Seed Library that provides a resource for locally produced, area appropriate vegetable, herb and flower seeds.

Deerfield , MA
$10,000

Project: Continued funding of PV Grows staff position.

Amherst , MA
$60,000

Project: Create a Center for New England Food and Agriculture. The Center will support a Sustainable Agriculture Apprenticeship Program; Internship Program; Collaborative Research Program; and Cross-Institutional Initiatives.

Boulder, CO
$2,500

Project: General support in sponsorship of the Slow Money Fall 2014 National Gathering.

Santa Rosa , CA
$8,000

Project: General support for Post Carbon Institute strategic capacity building and research on current fracking scenarios and data.

Project: The Carrot Project – Support second strategic planning process to build on expertise and marry key leverage indicators with measurable results.

Lowel , MA
$5,000

Project: Beginning Farmer Network of Massachusetts – Support a collaborative network of farmers and farm service providers dedicated to the success of beginning farmers in Massachusetts.

San Francisco , CA
$20,000

Project: Design a new Sustainable Agriculture curriculum module.

Gainesville , FL
$10,000

Project: Sprints Eternal Project – General support to produce and tour a traveling version on Florida nature photographer John Moran’s museum exhibition: Springs Eternal: Florida’s Fragile Fountains of Youth.

Gainesville , FL
$15,900

Project: To provide capacity building support to further develop the Forage Seed Library.

Gainesville , FL
$4,500

Project: General facilities operating support and support for a Manager on Duty Position for the kitchen incubator facility.

Project: General support for creating the film Earth-Island: Energy and Community.

Deerfield , MA
$6,000

Project: To support the continued effort to provide local sustainable food and food system infrastructure improvements in Hampden County, Massachusetts.

Santa Fe , NM
$18,000

Project: General Operating funding to support ongoing programs for farm apprenticeships, land stewardship and restoration education, development and support of collaboration between diverse groups of land-users, and development and outreach of the carbon ranch.

Northampton , MA
$12,500

Project: Support the funding of a new Community based loan fund in the Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts.

New York City , NY
$18,000

Project: General operating support for all organizational activities including advocacy, operation, and protection of health clinics; health and sex education programs; electronic outreach; and promotion of enrollment of women in the Affordable Care Act.

 

 

 

The Lydia B. Stokes Foundation is committed to the Quaker philosophy of peace and justice. The Foundation supports building resilient, healthy communities by focusing on social and economic justice, regenerative organic agriculture, viable, healthy ecosystems, quality of life issues, development of local food systems, local energy security and peace initiatives.

This vision of interconnected Life and Living Values directs our grant making and drives our investment decisions