Neighborhood Grants

The Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation was founded in 2015 to drive lasting change in the health of our communities. By supporting programs nationwide that broaden access to health and nutrition education, the Foundation empowers individuals to live healthier lives. Through the Neighborhood Grants program, the Foundation provides local nonprofit partners with funding to support children’s health and nutrition education programs. Since 2016, more than 100 Neighborhood Grants, ranging from $5,000 to $10,000, have been funded.

Application

The 2018 Neighborhood Grant Application is now closed. The Foundation will begin accepting applications for 2019 Neighborhood Grants in April. Thank you!

2018 Neighborhood Grant Recipients

Alabama:

Alabama Childhood Food Solutions, Inc.
Food Bank of North Alabama
Haveihope Inc.

Arizona:

ASU Foundation for a New American University
Children’s Museum of Phoenix
Devereux Foundation
Educational Enrichment Foundation
Feeding Matters
Flagstaff Medical Center
Foundation of Yuma Regional Medical Center
Halle Heart Children’s Museum
Pratham USA
University of Arizona Foundation for the benefit of Tucson Village Farm

California (North):

Alameda Boys & Girls Club
Education Outside
Food Bank of Santa Barbara County
Grimm Family Education Foundation
Local Ecology and Agriculture Fremont
San Francisco Parks Alliance (Urban Sprouts)
Via Rehabilitation Services, Inc.
YMCA of San Francisco

California (South):

Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito
BREATHE California of Los Angeles County
Community Action Partnership of Orange County
East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice
FEAST (Groceryships)
Food Forward
Home Start, Inc.
Project Angel Food

Colorado:

Groundwork Denver, Inc.
Growing Gardens of Boulder County
LiveWell Colorado
Loveland Youth Gardeners
Sprout City Farms, Inc.
Sproutin Up Corporation

Florida:

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Suncoast
Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful
Temple Terrace Farm 2 School, Inc.

Georgia:

Captain Planet Foundation
Center for Helping Obesity in Children End Successfully (CHOICES)
The Good Samaritan Health Center
The Study Hall, Inc.

Kansas:

Just Food of Douglas County Kansas Inc.
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Van Go, Inc.
YMCA of Greater Kansas City

 

Maryland:

Civic Works, Inc.
Every Kid Can Cook Incorporated
Living Classrooms Foundation
TasteWise Kids

Missouri:

Harvesters – The Community Network
Heart of America Indian Center
Kansas City Community Gardens

Nevada:

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern Nevada
Food for Thought
Foundation for Positively Kids

New Mexico:

Casa de Peregrinos, Inc.
Farm to Table
La Semilla Food Bank
St. Martin’s Hospitality Center

North Carolina:

The Family Violence Prevention Center, Inc.
North East Wake Backpack Buddies
Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina

Oklahoma:

Center for Children and Families, Inc.
Myriad Gardens Foundation
Oklahoma City Beautiful

Pennsylvania:

Neighborhood Gardens Trust
Urbanstead Inc.

South Carolina:

Greenville Health Services Family YMCA
Harvest Hope Food Bank

Tennessee:

Camp Get Fit Inc.
Girls Incorporated of Memphis
Memphis Botanic Garden Foundation
Plant the Seed

Texas:

Boys & Girls Clubs of El Paso
Common Threads
Good Local Markets
Northwest Assistance Ministries
Partners for Education Agriculture and Sustainability (PEAS)
YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas

Utah:

Community Action Services and Food Bank
Utah Food Bank
Wasatch Community Gardens

Washington:

Green Plate Special
Solid Ground