Reducetarian Foundation — Reducetarian Fellowship

The Reducetarian Foundation works to reduce the amount of animal products consumers eat, through education, engagement, innovation, and research. (Photo courtesy of the Reducetarian Foundation.)

Grant investigator: Lewis Bollard

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Open Philanthropy recommended a grant of $200,000 to the Reducetarian Foundation to support a new fellowship program for undergraduate students in the United States. Fellows will work with mentors, participate in seminars and networking opportunities, and be placed in internships at participating organizations and startups working to reduce societal consumption of animal products.

This follows our April 2020 support and falls within our focus area of farm animal welfare.

Reducetarian Foundation — Fish Consumption Messaging Research


Grant investigator: Lewis Bollard

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Open Philanthropy recommended a grant of $14,190 to the Reducetarian Foundation to support research to analyze the impact of various messages on fish consumption, led by Gregg Sparkman and Johanna Matt-Navarro. The research will include a survey on norms and values correlated with fish consumption, an assessment of messages to reduce fish consumption, and a randomized controlled trial on the effectiveness of selected messages in reducing fish consumption among consumers.

This falls within our focus area of farm animal welfare.