Since 1964, The Bayer Fund has worked to improve people’s lives. The Fund provides sustainable assistance to communities in need around the world.
The Bayer Fund works to substantially and meaningfully improve people’s lives by being an innovative philanthropic leader, providing sustainable assistance to communities in need. The Bayer Fund was established as The Monsanto Fund in 1964.
As science evolves, so does The Bayer Fund's efforts to improve people’s lives by providing resources to meet their needs.
We do this by:
- Providing basic education support designed to improve education in farming communities around the world, including supporting schools, libraries, science centres, farmer training programs and academic programs that enrich or supplement school programs.
- Meeting critical needs in communities by supporting non-profit organisations that help with things such as food security, sanitation, access to clean water, public safety and various other local needs.
- We are committed to improving lives in farming communities around the world. The problems are common, but the solutions are as varied as the many regions where our employees live and work.
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