In the farmed animal and food systems space, The Quinn Foundation makes grants on behalf of Stray Dog Institute. The Stray Dog Institute is committed to building a better world for people, animals, and the environment.
Stray Dog Institute’s philanthropic priority is to support and strengthen the movement for food systems transformation, with a central focus on farmed animals and industrial animal agriculture. We recognize that other issues are inextricably linked to animal protection, including climate change, biodiversity, human health, social justice, and rural economies. This systems view is foundational to all our work. Organizations should align with these values and be committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice to qualify.
Most grants range from $2,500-$10,000. First-year grants are usually $2,500. Grants of $10,000+ are less common.