Hunger & Homeless Grants, Foundations and Fundraisers
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Adobe Systems, Inc.
Adobe supports schools and community–based organizations with programs that enable and inspire K–12 students to think creatively, communicate effectively, and work collaboratively, using digital technology and communication tools. Adobe also supports nonprofit organizations and programs located in Adobe communities that address community–specific needs, with an emphasis on the following criteria: Arts and cultural organizations…
Albertson's Community Relations
Albertsons believes in being a good neighbor by contributing to the quality of life in the diverse communities we serve. Our charitable support is targeted to three areas: Hunger Relief, Education and Development of our Youth, and Health and Nutrition.
ConAgra Foods Foundation
The ConAgra Foods Foundation seeks to partner with impactful organizations that address childhood hunger and nutrition needs in the communities where our employees live and work. While any organization that is working to address community needs is eligible for funding, preference will be given to those that seek to provide children and their families with access to food and nutrition education. Religious organizations such as churches, mosques and synagogu…
Entertainment Industry Foundation
The Entertainment Industry Foundation responds to some of the most critical needs facing our society. We help raise awareness and funds for important causes such as childhood hunger, cancer research, creative arts, education, cardiovascular research, and much more.
Fannie Mae - National Focus
Fannie Mae’s Office of Community and Charitable Giving provides grant investments to nonprofit organizations addressing critical housing challenges facing communities across the country. Our corporate giving is targeted to organizations helping struggling borrowers avoid foreclosure, working to stabilize neighborhoods, striving to prevent and end homelessness and creating strong neighborhoods in Fannie Mae’s hometown of Washington, D.C. As a comp…
Food Lion Charitable Foundation - Multiple States
The Food Lion Charitable Foundation provides financial support for programs and organizations dedicated to feeding the hungry in the communities in which Food Lion operates. The Charitable Foundation Board will review applications in April and October. Applications must be in hand by the 15th of March for the April review and September 15th for the October review. Grant notifications will be sent by the third week of May and November.
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H.J. Heinz Company Foundation
The H.J. Heinz Company Foundation aims to make contributions to the sustainable health of people in communities where Heinz operates. Heinz has a history of providing humanitarian aid to communities affected by natural disasters. Whether we donate much–needed food supplies or monetary funds, relief agencies around the world look to Heinz for help when disasters strike. Food banks and other charities also benefit from the hundreds of thousands of poun…
Jewel-Osco's Charitable Giving: Illinois and Indiana
At Jewel–Osco, we are focused on providing our customers with a Premium Fresh & Healthy experience every time they enter our stores, so we have focused our support on not–for–profit (501c3) organizations that help create healthy, thriving communities. Jewel–Osco gives grants to organizations that meet the following focus areas: Hunger Relief, Nutritional Education, Environmental Stewardship.
The Noel Foundation funds programs that include: Missionaries of Charity who work with the “poorest of the poor” assisting homeless mothers and children and those afflicted with HIV/AIDS, adoption programs, supplies and meals for Skid Row families, healthcare for needy women and children, after school education and mentoring for disadvantaged children, specialized training for teachers in under–resourced schools, and cancer treatment and research pro…
Oak Foundation - US & International Focus
The Oak Foundation commits its resources to address issues of global social and environmental concern, particularly those that have a major impact on the lives of the disadvantaged. Areas of funding interest include Climate Change, Human Rights, Homelessness, Marine Conservation, Child Abuse, Women Issues.
Sara Lee Foundation
To ensure the most effective use of its grant funds, the Sara Lee Foundation operates within guidelines that direct its support to nonprofit organizations working in three areas: hunger, job training, and arts and culture (read more about the individual focus areas by following the links). To do this, we have organized our direct grants into two categories: Community Initiatives and Cultural. Nonprofit organizations that are located outside the Chicago met…
SJM Family Foundation
The SJM Family Foundation mission is to improve the quality of individuals’ lives while providing a long term impact. By demonstrating commitment to people, organizations, and churches, we seek solutions for specific social problems through research, training, and support. Our current interest areas are; Genealogy, Preservation, Education, Children, Prisoners, Homelessness, Ex–Offender Re–Entry, Grant and Non–profit Management Traini…
The Alfred H Marengo Jr. Drive for Homeless Veterans
We are dedicated to fund raising and organziing drives that support the existing organizations that support homeless veterans. We exist to provide an additional venue for donations that will create more opportunities to help erradicate the homeless state of our communities brave service men and women
Windermere Foundation - Homeless and Low-income families - Northwest
Contributions from Windermere agents combined with contributions from Windermere employees and public supporters have allowed the Windermere Foundation to distribute over two million dollars annually in recent years to non–profit agencies dedicated to helping homeless and low–income families.