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Date posted: 9 May 2014
The Paul Newman Foundation, a US Foundation created by the late actor and philanthropist Paul Newman, is offering $US1 million in grants for Australian not-for-profit projects focused on nutrition.
The Foundation says the funding will be available for large and small charitable organisations that administer nutrition programs, particularly those that deal with education and fresh food access for underserved communities, including Indigenous communities.
The grants are up to $100,000 and amounts will be determined based on the size of the charitable organisations and the specific initiatives.
Source: Pro Bono Australia News