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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
Community Food Bank Inc 1 Grant
FY2021
Foundation
$577,883
Sustainability
Waste
Food Banks Canada 3 Grants
FY2022
Foundation
$599,250
Sustainability
Waste
This grant will support Food Banks Canada, who will be co-leading a participatory action research initiative that will center racialized and Indigenous peoples voices to better understand the landscape that we are operating within and to understand the unique barriers and challenges of those living with food insecurity.
FY2022
Foundation
$100,000
Community
Disaster Relief and Preparedness
This grant will support Food Banks Canada, which will provide grants to community food organizations to purchase and share culturally appropriate food with Afghan newcomers who are re-settling in Canada.
FY2021
Foundation
$700,000
Community
Disaster Relief and Preparedness
Health Resources in Action Inc 1 Grant
FY2022
Foundation
$750,000
Opportunity
Criminal Justice Reform
This grant will support the Health Alliance for Violence Intervention's work to shift current narratives and mental models on community violence away from a criminal justice frame to one rooted in public health.
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.
Neo Philanthropy Inc 1 Grant
FY2022
Corporate
$500,000
Opportunity
Criminal Justice Reform
This grant will be used by RBIJ to engage the business community in First Chance Hiring programs designed to build an environment in which structural racism is ultimately eliminated.
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.
Persevere 1 Grant
FY2022
Corporate
$600,000
Opportunity
Criminal Justice Reform
This grant will be used to create a National Institute for 1st Chance Workforce Development, a network of experts, practitioners and advocates focused on the development and implementation of a data-informed and racially equitable approach to workforce development for 1st Chance Opportunity Seekers.
Prison Fellowship Ministries 1 Grant
FY2022
Foundation
$450,000
Opportunity
Criminal Justice Reform
This grant will be used by Prison Fellowship to deliver programming that will prevent children with parents in prison, across communities of color, from entering the justice system. Prison Fellowship will partner to establish and build networks focused on improving real-life outcomes for Opportunity Kids.
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
Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors Inc 6 Grants
FY2022
Corporate
$25,000
Community
General Purpose
FY2022
Corporate
$25,000
Community
General Purpose
This grant will support the Holding a Sister Initiative, a national fund launched by Grantmakers for Girls of Color and the Black Trans Fund.
FY2022
Corporate
$500,000
Community
Inclusive Communities
This grant will support for Welcome.us, a national initiative whose aim is to inspire and empower Americans to support the welcome and resettlement of American allies from Afghanistan.
FY2022
Foundation
$500,000
Community
Inclusive Communities
This grant will bolster The Partnership's mission to serve as a collaborative nerve center, aligning diffuse efforts around shared goals, plans to meet them, and attracting and directing greater attention, energy and resources to accelerate existing efforts and mobilize new efforts to strengthen democracy in America.
FY2022
Foundation
$750,000
Opportunity
Criminal Justice Reform
This grant will support UNITE, a sponsored project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, in creating a broad-based collaborative called ACT NOW. The collaborative is dedicated to the re-imagination of communities and public safety with a specific focus on policing, violence prevention and criminal justice reform.
FY2021
Foundation
$1,000,000
Community
Inclusive Communities
Second Harvest Food Support Committee 1 Grant
FY2021
Foundation
$510,294
Sustainability
Waste
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.
The Waste And Resources Action Programme 1 Grant
FY2021
Foundation
$746,639
Sustainability
Waste
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation 3 Grants
FY2021
Corporate
$1,200,000
Opportunity
Economic Opportunity in Retail
FY2022
Corporate
$3,082,500
Opportunity
Economic Opportunity in Retail
This grant will scale, integrate and transform Chamber Foundation workforce strategies that seek to improve education and workforce systems.
FY2021
Foundation
$554,503
Sustainability
Waste
University of Southern California 1 Grant
FY2022
Foundation
$346,093
Opportunity
Criminal Justice Reform
This grant will bolster a 12-month, three-phase project to build a prevention-focused criminal justice racial equity research network that will offer research-driven strategies for policymakers and funders.
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