We’ve partnered with 108 organizations across 23 states to help kids in our communities access fresh, healthy food.
Our Impact Grant Partners provide experiential learning to youth, with garden-based programs that span across cities and states. They use established curricula, implementing STEM education alongside hands-on learning. Impact Partners are experts in their field, and they contribute to advancing the school gardening movement by providing research alongside large-scale programming. Grants of varying amounts are awarded for three-year terms and are dependent on the organization’s needs.
Aiming to shift the nutritional landscape and to share knowledge with others, our Impact Grant Partners create programs that transform communities.
With a focus on nutrition education and food access, our Healthy Communities Grant partners help children through in-school and after-school programs.
Healthy Communities Grant
The Healthy Communities Grant is designed to help nonprofit partners scale programs and serve a greater number of individuals. Grants range in size from $50,000 to $100,000, spread over two years. By offering multi-year funding, organizations can build capacity and expand their reach within the communities they serve. Organizations must first complete a full Neighborhood Grant cycle before they may be invited to apply for a Healthy Communities Grant.
Our Neighborhood Grants support organizations serving the communities where our team members live, work and play. With a desire from team members to give back and a network of nonprofit partners looking to engage with their local stores, everyone benefits as the community thrives. In 2022, the Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation received more than 300 applications for this program, and we awarded $660,000 across 108 grants.
Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc.
Children’s Museum of Phoenix
City Help Center Inc
Community Gardens of Tucson
Down Syndrome Network Arizona
Fresh Start Women’s Foundation
Northern Arizona Healthcare, Children’s Health Center
One Step Beyond, Inc
Prescott Farmers Market, Inc.
United Food Bank
Yuma HEAL Coalition
Alameda Boys & Girls Club
Bayside Community Center
City Farm SLO
Community Action Partnership of Orange County
Food Literacy Center
Higher Ground Youth & Family Services
Local Ecology and Agriculture Fremont (LEAF)
Montecito Union School Foundation
Olivewood Gardens and Learning Center
One Cool Earth
Saint John’s Program for Real Change
San Diego Parks Foundation
San Diego Second Chance Program
Social Good Fund – Castlemont Pathways
Sonoma Ecology Center
Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG)
Sustainability and Community Health Initiative
The Ed Asner Family Center
Community Partnership For Child Development
El Centro AMISTAD
Garden to Table
Groundwork Denver, Inc.
Loveland Youth Gardeners
Slow Food Denver
Special Kids Special Families, Inc.
29 Acres Inc.
Boys & Girls Clubs of El Paso
Good Local Markets
Grow Local South Texas
Imperial Food Inc
Recipe for Success Foundation
St. Paul Children’s Services
YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas
Our Neighborhood Grants support organizations working at the community level, providing nutrition education and healthy food access to kids. With grants ranging in size from $5,000 to $10,000, we support organizations that help children develop healthy eating habits that last a lifetime. From school and community gardens to youth cooking classes, our partners offer a variety of programs that are interactive, educational, and fun! Since 2016, the Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation has awarded more than $4 million in Neighborhood Grants to 400 nonprofit organizations.
The next Neighborhood Grant application cycle will open in April 2023. Additional information about the grant and a link to the application will be posted here closer to the launch date. If you have questions, please email [email protected]