Thank you for contacting us. Walmart.org, through the combined philanthropic efforts of Walmart and the Walmart Foundation, aims to create opportunities for people to live better every day. Generally, our funding is limited to organizations recognized as public charities and currently listed in the IRS Current State Master File, as well as public charity equivalents, such as units of governments. You can visit our website to view Grant Eligibility Guide. Due to the funding guidelines under which we function, we are unable to directly fund or donate to individuals.Each of our programs requires different kinds of applications. The four different applications and the programs associated with them are as follows:
- Open Applications
- Our Local Community Grant program provides funding to U.S. organizations from their local Walmart, Neighborhood Markets, Distribution Centers and Sam's Club facilities.
- The Northwest Arkansas Giving program funds the programs of organizations that enhance the Northwest Arkansas community.
- Concept Notes are accepted for the Healthier Food for All program.
- Requests for Proposals (RFPs) are occasionally sought out for many of our programs. Please visit our website regularly to check for updates.
- Applications for the rest of our programs are by invitation only. Unsolicited proposals are not accepted, and invitations are not given by request.
Please refer to our FAQs for additional information.Additionally, we offer Walmart Spark Good which brings a full suite of charitable resources together in one place for nonprofits on Walmart.com. It also makes it easy for individuals to discover nonprofits to support directly. By registering as a nonprofit partner, organizations may apply for a community grant or benefit from programs such as Round-up, Registry, Space Request, Associate Giving, and Volunteerism.
For technical assistance during any of the above grant application processes, please select "Need Support?" at the bottom of the page while logged into CyberGrants.