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CISA’s Grant Writing Workshops: FSIG

Grant writing workshop: Food Security Infrastructure Grant (FSIG)

Tuesday, September 28, 6-7:30pm
Location: Remote

Join Kelly Coleman, CISA’s Program Director and one of CISA’s grant writers, as she shares her extensive experience in grant writing and how you can write an effective grant application for the currently open Food Security Infrastructure Grant (FSIG) opportunity. Attendees will come away with a better understanding of the types of projects this grant can cover, a framework of how they can approach the grant application, and tips on how to write a compelling application.

This workshop is open to all businesses eligible to be receive this grant: farms, farmers’ markets, local food producers, and more. This workshop is free but registration is required.

Register here!



About the FSIG grant:

The goal of the Food Security Infrastructure Grant Program (FSIG) is to ensure that people across Massachusetts have access to food, with a special focus on food that is (1) produced locally and (2) equitable access to food. The program also seeks to ensure that farmers and other local food producers are better connected to a strong, resilient food system to help mitigate future food supply and distribution disruption. Eligible projects must be for infrastructure and must be eligible for capital funding. FSIG is a reimbursement grant program that funds projects for up to 100% of total project costs, up to $500,000. Deadline to apply is October 31, 2021. See full details on the grant program here.

This workshop is open to all businesses eligible to be receive this grant: farms, farmers’ markets, local food producers, and more. This workshop is free but registration is required.
Register here.

Questions? Contact Zoey at zoey@buylocalfood.org.

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