The BRANDT Foundation Board of Directors will consider qualified letters of inquiry received from U.S.-based organizations that are exempt from taxation under the Internal Revenue Code Section 501 (c)(3) and have been incorporated for at least 3 years. If you are a 509 (a)(3) Supporting Organization, please be prepared to provide additional information. Grants are not made directly to individuals.
Priorities include support for career development in agriculture and agriculture education programs. This would include organizations like the National FFA and the 4-H and college scholarship programs for agriculture students. Exclusions: direct support for individuals
Food or Farming Charities
Priorities include support of charitable Ag organizations seeking to help in the production of food, fuel and fiber and to generally advance agriculture.
Health & Human Services
Priorities include charitable organizations focused on innovative approaches to solving the challenges of poverty and food security. Exclusions: general operating and capital support for hospitals
Geographic Target Areas
Grants are given in states where BRANDT has facilities, including Illinois, Florida, California and Utah.
The average grant size is between $1,000 and $10,000.