Deadline: 31 August 2016
The Christensen Fund is a private foundation founded in 1957 and based in San Francisco, California. The fund focus on the bicultural – the rich but neglected adaptive interweave of people and place, culture and ecology. Its mission is to buttress the efforts of people and institutions who believe in a bio-diverse world infused with artistic expression and work to secure ways of life and landscapes that are beautiful, bountiful and resilient.
The Fund seeks to support the resilience of living diversity at landscape and community level around the world in partnerships with Indigenous peoples and others.
Grant size is typically in the $50,000 to $100,000 range over one year or two years, with larger grants for longer periods being available generally by invitation only and to previous grantees.
Areas of Interest
- Sustaining Foodways and Livelihoods within Biocultural Landscapes and Seascapes
- Ensuring Socio-ecological Resilience of Landscapes and Seascapes
- Celebrating and Revitalizing Cultural Expression
- Promoting Knowledge Systems and Biocultural Education
- Rights and representation
- Gender Equality
- Leadership development
- Creative practitioners
- Grants within the regional programs are generally directed to organizations based within those regions or, where appropriate, to international organizations working in support of the efforts of people and institutions on the ground.
- Grant-seeking organizations need to be US 501(c)(3) or a similar not-for-profit organization, government unit, university or museum either in the USA or in another country.
How to Apply
Interested applicants can apply via given website.
For more information, please visit Christensen Fund.