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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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American Indian College Fund 4 Grants
FY2021
Corporate
$50,000
Community
Disaster Relief and Preparedness
FY2021
Foundation
$39,948
Community
Matching Donations
FY2022
Foundation
$100,000
Opportunity
Diversity in the talent pipeline
This grant will increase Native educational attainment by supporting scholarships, support services and career readiness activities for 20 first-generation Native students pursuing post-secondary credentials at tribal colleges and universities in 2021-22.
FY2021
Foundation
$100,000
Opportunity
Diversity in the talent pipeline
Hispanic Scholarship Fund 3 Grants
FY2021
Foundation
$55,789
Community
Matching Donations
FY2022
Foundation
$500,000
Opportunity
Diversity in the talent pipeline
This grant will support the 2022-23 Walmart Foundation/HSF Scholarship program, which will award no fewer than 80 scholarships ranging from $500-$5,000, contingent upon financial need. Other support services will be provided to scholarship recipients as well.
FY2021
Foundation
$500,000
Opportunity
Diversity in the talent pipeline
International Crops Research Institute For The Semi-Arid Tropics 2 Grants
FY2022
Foundation
$589,990
Sustainability
People in Supply Chains
This grant will build recovery and resilience from COVID-19 induced disruptions in farm production, post-harvest management, processing and marketing among the smallholder farmers towards sustainable livelihood through sustainable food production and marketing for the ongoing Walmart Foundation supported project.
FY2021
Foundation
$1,214,715
Sustainability
People in Supply Chains
Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies Inc 2 Grants
FY2021
Corporate
$200,000
Community
Inclusive Communities
FY2022
Corporate
$400,000
Opportunity
Diversity in the talent pipeline
This grant will bolster workforce development programs including on-the-job training, short-term credential programs, apprenticeships, community college and beyond. These programs are key to the full recovery and economic future of Black workers and their families. This project will identify policy barriers and propose solutions for Black workers.
Lulac National Educational Service Centers Inc (LNESC) 2 Grants
FY2021
Foundation
$100,000
Opportunity
Diversity in the talent pipeline
FY2022
Foundation
$150,000
Opportunity
Diversity in the talent pipeline
This grant will support educational and leadership programs to promote college readiness activities.
Network Of Executive Women Inc 7 Grants
FY2021
Corporate
$50,000
Community
General Purpose
FY2022
Corporate
$50,000
Community
General Purpose
This grant will be used to support the work of the Network of Executive Women.
FY2022
Corporate
$500,000
Opportunity
Diversity in the talent pipeline
This grant will be utilized by Ascend, a solution that drives systemic change for women of color by integrating corporate cultural transformation with individual development and support. It transforms the traditional, fragmented DEI approach into a comprehensive career advancement journey.
FY2022
Corporate
$50,000
Community
General Purpose
This grant will be used to support the work of the Network of Executive Women.
FY2022
Corporate
$50,000
Community
General Purpose
This grant will be used to support the work of the Network of Executive Women.
FY2022
Corporate
$50,000
Community
General Purpose
This grant will be used to support the work of the Network of Executive Women.
FY2021
Corporate
$50,000
Community
General Purpose
Parents Families And Friends Of Lesbians And Gays Inc 1 Grant
FY2021
Foundation
$100,000
Opportunity
Diversity in the talent pipeline
Thurgood Marshall College Fund Inc 4 Grants
FY2021
Corporate
$100,000
Opportunity
Diversity in the talent pipeline
FY2021
Foundation
$500,000
Opportunity
Diversity in the talent pipeline
FY2022
Corporate
$50,000
Community
General Purpose
FY2022
Foundation
$1,000,000
Opportunity
Diversity in the talent pipeline
This grant will be used to support the TMCF-Walmart Foundation HBCU First-Generation Scholarship Program for the 2021-22 academic year, providing access to a college education for low-income first-year public HBCU students. Funding will also support TMCF's new Center for Social Justice.
Trustees of Boston University 2 Grants
FY2022
Foundation
$250,000
Opportunity
Diversity in the talent pipeline
This grant will support BRIDGES, who provides support to women who are transitioning out of military service and reintegrating into civilian life. This proposed two-year expansion of BRIDGES will 1) continue to develop the core program and 2) ensure sustainability by increasing the network of support services for women Veterans.
FY2021
Foundation
$99,777
Community
Inclusive Communities
Verite Inc 1 Grant
FY2021
Foundation
$600,000
Sustainability
People in Supply Chains
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