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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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Bancos de Alimentos de México 1 Grant
FY2021
Foundation
$500,000
Sustainability
Waste
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.
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.
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.
Operation Hope Inc 1 Grant
FY2022
Corporate
$300,000
Opportunity
Financial Inclusion
This grant will support a movement to embed financial capability into our General Purpose. We have gathered a prominent group of business, entertainment, sports and nonprofit leaders to launch Financial Literacy for All.
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
Sogal Foundation 1 Grant
FY2022
Foundation
$450,000
Opportunity
Financial Inclusion
This grant will catalyze the next-generation of Black female and non-binary entrepreneurs in retail through a cohort-based Fellowship program that provides early startup capital, access to investor networks, strategic mentorship, executive leadership training, and peer community support.
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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