Ag Alumni Grant Programs:
Ag Alumni Grant:
The Purdue Ag Alumni Association Grant Program is a grant that is provided to a Purdue University recognized student organization that is also affiliated with the College of Agriculture. The Purdue Ag Alumni Association has two grants available to the student organizations the Project Grant and the Initiative Grant.
- Project Grant is a Non-Matching
Grant of $250 or less. The
Project Grant is designed to fund short term, small, or one-time projects.
- The Initiative Grant is a 50:50 Matching Grant of up to
Initiative Grant is designed to fund long term, complex, or on-going projects.
Please see the Grant Guidelines for more information.
Grant Program Guidelines - revised March 2019.pdf
Deadlines to apply:
Spring Semester - annually the Friday before Purdue's Spring Break - March 13, 2020
Fall Semester - annually the last weekday of November - November 30, 2020
If you have any questions about the Project or Initiative Grant, please email Brandi Farrer at email@example.com.
Ag Alumni Trust Fund:
Established in 1967 by the Purdue Agricultural Alumni Association, the Ag Alumni Trust Fund was created to provide flexible funds to help meet the needs of the College of Agriculture for which other resources were unavailable. The Ag Alumni Trust Fund Board, with the assistance of the Dean of Agriculture and their staff, evaluates all proposals submitted and sets priorities for funding. An estimated $20,000 is awarded annually from this funding source. Trust funds have supported such things as special equipment, the DC internship program, sending students to professional meetings, along with a variety of other projects/needs. Projects that will have an impact on many students appeal to the committee, as do experiential learning proposals. Proposals have to have a College of Agriculture impact or connection to be considered. Deadline to apply is in the fall each year (see below for the next deadline) with the Ag Alumni Trust Fund committee meeting to decide in late fall. All proposals will be considered for the year in which they are submitted and are not kept on file for future consideration. Please fill out the Trust Fund application in its entirely to be considered for a financial award. Funding is for current/future usage, previous events/experiences do not qualify.
The proposals chosen to receive funding will need to submit a certification of completion report after the funds are used. Contents of these reports are released to the Ag Alumni Association, Purdue University, and the College of Agriculture and may be used in recruiting, marketing and informative materials.
The next deadline to apply is: October 23, 2020.
If you have any questions about the Ag Alumni Trust Funds, please email Danica Kirkpatrick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donate to the Ag Alumni Trust Fund:
If you would like to contribute to the Ag Alumni Trust Fund, your contribution is tax deductible. You can contribute one of the following ways:
1.) You can mail a check made payable to "Purdue Foundation" to the following address:
Purdue Foundation - Dauch Alumni Center
403 West Wood Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2007
On the memo line of the check write, Ag Alumni Trust Fund (RF3002)
The date the envelope is postmarked by USPS will be the year in which the gift is made per IRS regulations. Gift receipt will be sent to you once your contribution is processed.
When donating online, click the gold box that says click here to select your funds. Scroll down to the other designations and check other. Click continue. Under selected designations it will state other. Type the amount, and then in the if you wish to give to a fund not listed above please specify here type, "Ag Alumni Trust Fund (RF3002)."
Gifts made online via credit card will count in the year the gifts are processed. Gift receipt will be e-mailed to you upon making your contribution.
3. Call the College of Agriculture Development office directly at 765-494- 8672