Growing Communities. Improving Lives.
First introduced in 2012, Canada’s Farmers Grow Communities is a program aimed at strengthening rural communities by equipping local non-profit organizations with funds to carry out much-needed community work. The aim is for farmers to help improve the lives of many people living in rural communities. Bayer Crop Science will provide a total of 66 grants, each valued at $2,500, to charitable and not-for-profit groups nominated by farmers. Canadian farmers have applied on behalf of agricultural societies, 4-H clubs, playgrounds, daycares and school projects, community sporting organizations, libraries and health/service groups.
Applications for 2022 to open April 4, 2022
Thank you for your interest in the Canada’s Farmers Grow Communities program, sponsored by Bayer Crop Science.
Are you a farmer?
Submit an Application
Do you want to help grow your community and improve the lives of rural residents? Simply tell us about your favourite charitable or not-for-profit group in your community and how they would benefit from a $2,500 grant and you could win! A total of 66 grants (two per territory) will be randomly awarded in 33 territories across Canada.
Not a farmer?
Suggest a Charity
You can still help! Do you know a local charity or not-for-profit group that needs support? Maybe you volunteer with a group in your rural community? You can pass along the name of a program or organization that would benefit from a $2,500 grant. Click here to give a farmer an idea of a local group that would benefit from $2,500 grant.