Since 1953, the Campbell Soup Foundation has supported our local communities through direct grants, employee matching gifts, and partnerships with local, regional, and national nonprofits that build healthy communities in our hometowns. We focus on increasing healthy food access, encouraging healthy living, and nurturing our neighborhoods.
We’re currently focused on 3 grant programs to meet the needs of our local communities.
Our Strategic Fund is an invitation-only grant program that supports regional and national programs to strengthen and empower healthy communities in our hometowns. Through the Strategic Fund, we support our signature Campbell’s Healthy Communities program, local food systems, grants to transform the school food environment, larger COVID-19 relief grants, and more.
We’re partnering with nonprofits to provide critical COVID-19 relief and recovery support. These grants can be used for food and other essential supplies, infrastructure, staffing support, and innovations that help nonprofits pivot and continue their work during this unprecedented time.
Applications for these grants are now closed, but the work is ongoing.
This program expands the reach of our funding to all Campbell communities in North America and empowers our employees to help us find worthy nonprofits across our locations. Employee nominators, selected by local leadership, recommend organizations in their communities whose work aligns with our mission to apply for grants.
We work to build and support healthy, thriving communities in our office and manufacturing locations throughout North America.
In 2020, we gave $620,000 in Community Impact Grants to 35 organizations in 20 Campbell locations, including:
Works with families, schools, and correctional facilities to support fresh food access through urban farming and gardening in Tualatin, Oregon.
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Manages and promotes the Buckeye Trail in Napoleon, Ohio, transforming the area while encouraging people to get outside and get active.
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Fights childhood hunger by providing children in Connecticut with meals on the weekend.
We support organizations working to create sustainable change in our communities.
While our programs are not currently accepting applications, we use the following core criteria to evaluate potential partners. We evaluate how the organization’s work:
To be eligible for a grant, your organization must:
*We will consider a donation to independently run, non-sectarian, and interdenominational programs that are affiliated with religious organizations, so long as they are open to the general public and provide social services to the community-at-large on a non-discriminatory basis. This may include programs such as soup kitchens or homeless shelters that happen to be operated by a church or other religious organization.
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