Members form the backbone of the Global Alliance’s work. The Global Alliance works with our members and other partners around the world to leverage our resources and networks for food systems transformation.

Our work is guided by our seven principles and driven by our seven calls to action, which address the critical underlying structures that hold back systems transformation.

Our members work on a range of issues from agroecology and regenerative agriculture to aquatic and terrestrial foods. Our work spans the links between the food system and the climate crisis, human rights and food sovereignty. By combining our knowledge and expertise, we have a greater impact together than our organizations can have alone.

Alongside the collaborative work as members of the Global Alliance, members continue to work autonomously towards the goals set by their boards.

Become a Global Alliance member

Membership with the Global Alliance is open to grant-making foundations with a passion for food systems transformation. As a member, you will play an active role in our strategic network. All members commit to supporting the Global Alliance with human, financial, and strategic resources. 

If you would like to learn more about becoming a member, or partnering with us in other ways, we would love to hear from you. Please get in touch with us at with the subject line “Global Alliance Membership Inquiry.” We will follow up with more about how we work and share how we partner with funders and allies around the world.

For any media or event inquiries, please get in touch with Dharini Parthasarathy, our Communications Director, at

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“The Global Alliance takes a systemic view of food systems transformation. The rich exchange between philanthropic foundations has informed the Instituto Ibirapitanga’s work in Brazil on food systems and racial justice. The Global Alliance’s seven Calls to Action are a rallying cry for philanthropic leadership on food systems, connecting equity, biodiversity, climate, health, and economic reform.”

– Andre Degenszajn, Instituto Ibirapitanga