NORWAY, IOWA (Aug. 6, 2018) -- Grant applications are now being accepted for funding from the Simply Organic Giving Fund.  Established in 2001, the Simply Organic Giving Fund supports organic agricultural development, business improvements and educational opportunities in grower communities around the world and in the United States. src=

For the 2019 granting period, the Simply Organic Giving Fund will focus its domestic grant dollars on helping to nourish the food insecure. Grants will be provided to organizations that are increasing access to and consumption of organic foods.

U.S. and Canada-based nonprofit (501(c)(3)) tax-exempt organizations or grassroots groups that promote access to organic food options; utilize and distribute organic food/meals; or provide nutrition counseling and food preparation education in those countries are encouraged to apply.

Updated grant guidelines and an online application can be found at:  https://www.simplyorganic.com/community/about/giving-back/grant-application.

Since 2001, Simply Organic’s Giving Fund has given more than $1.5 million to organic projects across the globe. To learn more about the Simply Organic Giving Fund, visit http://www.simplyorganic.com/community/about/giving-back.


Simply Organic®
Simply Organic, an all-organic brand from Frontier Co-op®, offers an extensive and growing selection of certified organic spices, seasonings, and baking flavors while supporting organic agriculture around the globe. Simply Organic genuinely offers "Pure.Simple.Joy.” Find out more about Simply Organic at www.simplyorganic.com.

Frontier Co-op®
Founded in 1976 and based in Norway, Iowa, Frontier Co-op offers a full line of products for natural living under the Frontier Co-op, Simply Organic, and Aura Cacia brands. Products include culinary herbs, spices and baking flavors; bulk herbs and spices; and aromatherapy products — with a wide selection of organics. Frontier Co-op’s goal is to provide consumers with the highest-quality products while supporting and promoting social and environmental responsibility. For more information, visit the co-op's website at www.frontiercoop.com.