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.

Now Accepting Applications!

The 2018 Neighborhood Grant Application will be available April 1 through May 31 to local 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations that serve cities and communities where Sprouts Farmers Market operates. Applicants must demonstrate strong mission alignment and promote community wellness. Click here to download at copy of the Neighborhood Grant Application Budget Form, then use the link below to begin the application process.


2017 Neighborhood Grant Recipients


Alabama Childhood Food Solutions, Inc.
C.A.S.T. for Kids Foundation
The Foundation Ministries, Inc.


Educational Enrichment Foundation, Inc.
Esperanca, Inc.
First Place AZ
Flagstaff Medical Center
Halle Heart Children’s Museum
United Food Bank

California (North):

Bay Area Community Services
The Fit Kids Foundation
Food Bank of Santa Barbara County
Runnin’ for Rhett
United Way of Stanisalus County

California (South):

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego
East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice
Education Outside
Feeding America
Garden School Foundation Inc.
Interfaith Community Services
Orangewood Foundation
Serving Kids Hope


Care and Share, Inc.
Girls on the Run of the Rockies
LiveWell Colorado
Loveland Youth Gardeners
Special Kids Special Families, Inc.
Sprout City Farms, Inc.


Sweetwater Community Farm
YMCA of the Suncoast


Atlanta Children’s Shelter
Captain Planet Foundation
enAble of Georgia
Jewish Family & Career Services
Wylde Center


Johnson County Park & Recreation Foundation
Lawrence Community Food Alliance (Sunrise Project)


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


Nevada Paralyzed Veterans of America
St. Jude’s Ranch for Children – Nevada Region, Inc.

New Mexico:

El Caldito
Rio Grande Food Project

North Carolina:

The Family Violence Prevention Center, Inc. (InterAct)
YMCA of the Triangle


A New Leaf
Center for Children and Families, Inc.
Owasso Community Resources, Inc.


Boys & Girls Club of Greater Memphis
Domestic Violence Program, Inc.
Girls Incorporated of Memphis


Common Threads
Houston Parks Board
Martinez Street Women’s Center
Recipe for Success Foundation


The Green Urban Lunch Box
Utah Center for community Nutrition