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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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Ghetto Film School Inc 1 Grant
FY2022
Corporate
$1,000,000
Opportunity
Financial Inclusion
This grant will support a two-year project-based collaboration, with Ghetto Film School and WOCstar, aimed at supporting emerging Black entrepreneurs in the areas of capital raising, social media, strategic communications and brand storytelling.
Seedspot 1 Grant
FY2022
Corporate
$550,000
Opportunity
Financial Inclusion
This grant will support Black-owned retail businesses in North Carolina through customized training, mentoring, and technical assistance designed to drive and sustain business growth. The project will also expand the Black Friday Market storefront model to three new North Carolina markets.
The 1890 Universities Foundation 1 Grant
FY2022
Corporate
$1,000,000
Opportunity
Diversity in the talent pipeline
This grant will empower the 1890 Universities Foundation to build internal capacity to scale programs to all 19 institutions to address nutrition, health, wellness and broadband access in underserved communities.
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.
UC Hastings Foundation 1 Grant
FY2022
Corporate
$600,000
Opportunity
Diversity in the talent pipeline
This grant will be used by WorkLife Law (WLL) to conduct controlled research experiments within a few companies to validate and refine Bias Interrupters toolkits. Then through a set of scale-up experiments, WLL seeks to test whether the refined toolkits work well even when WLL is not heavily involved in implementation.
Washington Area Community Investment Fund 2 Grants
FY2022
Corporate
$1,000,000
Opportunity
Financial Inclusion
This grant will support Black-owned retail and retail-serving businesses, with a focus on the beauty industry, in accessing manufacturing space, equipment and retail opportunities, as well as tailored technical assistance and flexible capital products.
FY2022
Corporate
$1,000,000
Opportunity
Financial Inclusion
This grant will support Black-owned retail and retail-serving businesses, with a focus on the beauty industry, in accessing manufacturing space, equipment and retail opportunities, as well as tailored technical assistance and flexible capital products.
Winrock Solutions Llc 1 Grant
FY2022
Corporate
$900,000
Opportunity
Financial Inclusion
This grant will bolster Black-owned existing businesses that support and/or supply the retail sector as they prepare for and seek capital to sustain and expand their businesses.
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