Our Impact Grant Partners

Out Teach

Support for 13 new gardens in low-income schools across Dallas, Atlanta and Nashville, plus the creation of a nutrition curriculum that will benefit more than 100 schools. Out Teach builds interactive Outdoor Learning Labs and delivers professional learning programs to teachers, helping them engage students in the outdoor garden environment.

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Soil Born Farms

School-based gardening, teacher training and nutrition education for low-income schools in Sacramento County. Programs serve 11 elementary schools across Sacramento and also take place on Soil Born Farms' 55-acre historic ranch. Children and families learn to grow fresh produce, prepare healthy meals, preserve wild spaces, and make a difference in the community.

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Denver Urban Gardens

Denver Urban Gardens

Creation of 10 new community gardens, school-based nutrition education and support for over 18 Youth Farm Stands that broaden access to nutritious foods in neighborhoods with limited resources. In 2018, 17,000 Denver Metro Area gardeners, led by 450 volunteer garden leaders, grew 650,000 pounds of food, while another 34,000 nearby residents benefited from food grown in DUG programs.

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Spaces of Opportunity South Phoenix Urban Farm

Student gardening in a field

Support for an 18-acre community garden that will broaden access to healthy, nutritious foods in the heart of South Phoenix. The partnership will enable the build out of infrastructure and the preparation of the land, helping to transform a food desert into a thriving hub of local food, community, and culture.

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Vitamin Angels

Vitamin Angels

Helps at-risk populations in need – specifically pregnant women, new mothers and children under five – gain access to lifesaving and life changing vitamins and minerals. To date, Sprouts has helped Vitamin Angels reach more than 2 million mothers and children with life-saving vitamins.

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UT Austin

UT Austin Texas Sprouts Gardeners

Three-year partnership designed to enhance the existing Texas Sprouts school gardening, nutrition and cooking programs through continued teaching support, training and on-site research that will create tools that can be scaled and replicated across multiple markets and partner organizations.

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Sage Garden Project

Partnership will serve 38 school sites in San Diego County with cooking carts and program-related materials for school-based nutrition and cooking programs, and funding for educational staff to operate the program.

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Life Lab

Life Lab Kids in Garden

Program support for the National School Garden Support Organization Network, including collaboration, conferences and sharing best-practices resources. The Foundation’s support for Life Lab will refine and share a new program model for highly integrated school garden and nutrition education programs currently being piloted in the Parajo Valley and east San Francisco Bay areas.

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