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Nude Food grants available

From 17th July Nude Food Movers are inviting submissions from education providers, classes and students in Australia to apply for a Nude Food Grant.

$10,000 worth of cash and products are pledged to bring the best nutrition, environmental sustainability and Nude Food ideas to fruition.

Throughout the month of October, there will also be spot prizes awarded to support school’s ongoing Nude Food efforts and our team will be making surprise visits to assist successful applicants.

Submissions must fit within the themes of nutrition, environmental sustainability and/or Nude Food.  Applications will need to cover why the initiative is important for their school and include a breakdown of funding required to bring their idea to fruition. See the website for ideas.


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