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Grant writing for farmers and food enterprises

Unfortunately we no longer offer grant writing services. 

Please check out this link for information on how to find grant and funding opportunities. 

“Working with Open Food Network made our grant application process so much simpler and less stressful! They helped us understand the food safety standards we needed to meet for our olive oil processing facility, and put us in touch with the right people at council to make sure our plans would be compliant.

As a busy parent and small business owner there’s no way I would have found the time to write the assessment criteria by the State Government deadline. Instead, I felt in very safe hands with Open Food Network writing the application. They asked the right questions, helped me articulate what we’re trying to achieve on our farm, and captured the essence of our vision – plus they were able to translate it into government-speak! Working on a shared document with close communication meant I had complete oversight of the process, and trusted the work was going to be done in time for our very quick turnaround time.

For us, it was a really worthwhile experience, and I came away with new information and steps forward no matter what the grant outcome.” 

Ruth Bruten

Olive oil farmer and processor, Trafalgar, Victoria

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