Impact Idaho Fund Pilot Application
To request financial support as part of the Impact Idaho Fund Pilot, please answer the questions below to the best of your ability. You may leave certain fields blank or qualify certain responses as estimates. We will help you define any unknowns as part of the process outlined below.
Before completing the application, review the Pilot Fund Application Guidelines and the Pilot Fund Objectives below to determine if your project scope aligns with our current areas of focus.
The Pilot Fund Application is open and will remain open until all available funds are fully expended. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis in the order in which they are received.
By completing and submitting the application below, you will qualify for an hour-long consultation with our team. We will review your application and reach out to schedule your consultation within 10 business days.
If your application progresses, we will perform investment due diligence and offer customized financing solutions grounded in recoverable grants (similar to no-interest loans) or low-interest loans with customized repayment schedules.
If you have any questions, please use firstname.lastname@example.org or (208) 788-4780.
Impact Idaho Fund Pilot – Applicant Info Session
The SVIR team introduces the Impact Idaho Fund Pilot to interested applicants in this short video presentation.
SVIR envisions resilient communities with nourishing regional food systems, healthy environments, and vibrant and equitable economies. SVIR launched the Impact Idaho Fund Pilot to attract and mobilize mission-driven capital to finance innovative projects advancing community resilience in South-central Idaho and beyond. The Pilot Fund is currently focused on food and regenerative agriculture as a keystone for achieving
its vision of community resilience.
Impact Idaho Fund Pilot objectives are aligned to UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2 and 11. SDG 2 – Zero Hunger – focuses on food security, improved nutrition and sustainable agriculture while SDG 11 – Sustainable Communities – promotes community inclusivity, sustainability and overall resilience.
In pursuit of more resilient, regionalized food and agricultural systems, the Impact Idaho Fund Pilot also considers critical impacts on land, water and energy resources.