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Grant Applications

Work with the AGCO Agriculture Foundation to fight hunger, transform our food systems, build capacity and promote sustainable-inclusive solutions for farmers through sustainable, inclusive, resilience impact-driven and farmers-focused agricultural projects around quality agricultural education. 

This grant application cycle is now closed. The next CAG cycle is 2024.

The AGCO Agriculture Foundation (“The Foundation”) through its grant application platform, Benevity, is seeking proposals from non-profit organizations and public universities/educational institutions around the world. The focus of CAG is on our “Pillar two: Agricultural Education and Innovation.”

This Call for Grant Applications (CAG) is an open call to non-profits and public universities/educational institutions with innovative solutions targeted at increasing the capacity of farmers, farming communities, young people and/or women, and facilitates access to the tools, training, activities, and support they need to continuously improve their practices, build resiliency and improve their profitability and contribute to a food-secure world.

  • Budget range: $200,000 - $450,000 USD
  • Project period: 2-3 years

For more information on our thematic funding areas, refer to the AGCO Agriculture Foundation (AAF) – Focus Pillars to learn more about the Pillar on Advancement of quality education, research and innovation in agriculture.


Start your application by reviewing all documents prepared for this CAG cycle:

CAG Concept Note

This Call for Applications for Grant concept note provides an overview of what is expected for this particular focus pillar and grant.
Read the CAG Concept Note

CAG Process Overview

This Call for Applications for Grant process overview helps you navigate the technical details of this application process.
Read the CAG Process Overview

Grant FAQs

The Frequently Asked Questions document provided answers to questions for this Call for Applications for Grant.
Read the Grant FAQs