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Search our list of organizations and grants. Note: The list is a summary of grants over $25,000 made over the past two years by the Walmart Foundation and Walmart which align to our giving strategies.
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1Edtech Foundation 1 Grant
FY2021
Corporate
$292,500
Opportunity
Economic Opportunity in Retail
Achieving The Dream Inc 1 Grant
FY2021
Corporate
$400,000
Opportunity
Economic Opportunity in Retail
American Institutes for Research 1 Grant
FY2022
Corporate
$369,374
Opportunity
Economic Opportunity in Retail
This grant will be used to conduct case studies and a landscape review of skill validation practices, and to analyze and disseminate information about free college tuition programs for adults.
Bancos de Alimentos de México 1 Grant
FY2021
Foundation
$500,000
Sustainability
Waste
Center on Rural Innovation Inc 1 Grant
FY2022
Corporate
$374,922
Opportunity
Economic Opportunity in Retail
This grant will help the Center on Rural Innovation (CORI) partner with Walmart digital skilling partners to tailor programs to the needs of rural workers. Through these partnerships, we will create better models for facilitating local rural tech employment and work to crack the code of remote hiring of upskilled rural workers.
College Unbound 1 Grant
FY2022
Corporate
$395,963
Opportunity
Economic Opportunity in Retail
This grant will bolster credentialed pathways towards BA completion, providing adult learners with short-term and long-term skills needed for the future of work.
Digital Promise Global 1 Grant
FY2022
Corporate
$399,909
Opportunity
Economic Opportunity in Retail
This grant will support Digital Promise, which will engage working people of color and key partners from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's T3 Innovation Network to co-develop and publish people-centered design principles and use cases for Learning and Employment Records.
Information and Communications Technology Council (Ictc) of Canada Inc. 1 Grant
FY2022
Foundation
$500,000
Sustainability
Waste
This grant will advance first-of-its-kind research that dives into in-demand jobs and skill needs across the Canadian labor market; these insights will be paired with a robust analysis of skills and backgrounds, uncovering and articulating job mobility and career advancement opportunities for Black and Indigenous Canadians.
International Community Foundation 1 Grant
FY2022
Foundation
$350,000
Sustainability
Waste
This grant will help the ICF and ASA launch the first formal food bank in Baja California Sur, Mexico, strengthening and expanding food recovery and redistribution efforts, while studying the underlying factors that lead to food loss and waste in the state and co-creating long-term prevention strategies.
International Rescue Committee Inc 1 Grant
FY2022
Corporate
$400,000
Opportunity
Economic Opportunity in Retail
This grant will support the International Rescue Committee's Skills for All work.
Iowa State University 1 Grant
FY2022
Foundation
$350,000
Sustainability
Waste
This grant will advance image-based technology to rapidly identify in-field losses of U.S. fruit and vegetable crops during the harvest season. Outcomes include sustainably increased crop yields and grower revenues, reduced inputs through total use of crops, and an increased food supply.
Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service Inc 2 Grants
FY2022
Corporate
$1,000,000
Opportunity
Economic Opportunity in Retail
This grant will fund six sites to provide career navigation to new Americans and forge partnerships between resettlement agencies, city offices and workforce centers, as well as related oversight and technical assistance from LIRS.
FY2022
Foundation
$500,000
Community
Disaster Relief and Preparedness
Afghan Refugees
National Student Clearinghouse Research Center 1 Grant
FY2022
Corporate
$404,165
Opportunity
Economic Opportunity in Retail
This grant will help the Clearinghouse develop technology systems to transform degree and academic certificate data from its current proprietary standard to the IMS Global Comprehensive Learner Record standard, and develop the infrastructure to make industry credential attainment data available in the Myhub platform.
New Venture Fund 3 Grants
FY2021
Corporate
$1,000,000
Opportunity
Economic Opportunity in Retail
FY2021
Corporate
$3,000,000
Opportunity
Economic Opportunity in Retail
FY2022
Corporate
$500,000
Opportunity
Criminal Justice Reform
This grant will support the AAPI Data and Research Initiative, which aims to create a central and publicly accessible database that captures key information about AAPI-serving organizations and their unique capabilities. The ultimate goal of this database is to drive philanthropy to these organizations.
Npower Canada 1 Grant
FY2022
Foundation
$500,000
Sustainability
Waste
This grant will help NPower Canada build economic resilience among historically underserved job seekers by creating clear pathways to prosperity in Canada's digital economy. NPower Canada's holistic and employer-led approach to reskilling empowers job seekers across Canada to succeed in the future of work.
Reach Institute for School Leadership 1 Grant
FY2022
Corporate
$275,000
Opportunity
Economic Opportunity in Retail
This grant will help Reach partner with 1-2 non-profit workforce development organizations (WDOs) to turn their job-embedded trainings into stackable, accredited college degrees. This will ensure their student populations can access the same credentials and financial benefits of a traditional college experience.
Refed Inc 2 Grants
FY2022
Foundation
$250,000
Sustainability
Waste
This grant will bolster ReFED's work to make continuous improvements to the Insights Engine, the national leading source for data and insights into food loss and waste in the U.S. The Insights Engine provides the data needed to drive change and reach our national and international goals of reducing food waste by 50% by 2030.
FY2021
Foundation
$400,000
Sustainability
Waste
Skills for Chicagolands Future 1 Grant
FY2022
Corporate
$500,000
Opportunity
Economic Opportunity in Retail
This grant will assist Skills in building a digital platform to train sites and help them share best practices. As Skills expands its model nationally, investing in technology to deliver virtual training is critical to reaching more cities and placing more people into jobs.
Social Good Fund 1 Grant
FY2021
Corporate
$500,000
Opportunity
Economic Opportunity in Retail
Sources Community Resource Society 1 Grant
FY2022
Foundation
$300,000
Sustainability
Waste
This grant will be distributed to the Sources Regional Food Hub, who "wastes no bites." The group recovers and redistributes food, and provides community harvest and food waste education provided by youth ambassadors and a strong contingent of volunteers. This work will enhance food literacy and support communities to be food secure.
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