Neighborhood Grants

The Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation awards Neighborhood Grants each year to support local nonprofits that directly benefit the neighborhoods where Sprouts team member and shoppers live, work and play. These grants empower individuals to live healthier by supporting organizations in our communities that promote health, education and nutrition. In-store roundup campaigns and funds from the Foundation support Neighborhood Grants. In 2017, the Foundation awarded more than $400,000 in Neighborhood Grants.

Apply For A Neighborhood Grant

The Foundation accepts applicants for annual Neighborhood Grants from May 1 to June 30. Check back during that time to apply.

2017 Neighborhood Grant Recipients

Alabama:

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

Arizona:

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

California:

Education Outside

California (North):

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

California (South):

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

Colorado:

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

Florida:

Sweetwater Community Farm
YMCA of the Suncoast

Georgia:

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

Kansas:

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

Missouri:

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

Nevada:

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

New Mexico:

El Caldito
Rio Grande Food Project
North Carolina:
YMCA of the Triangle
The Family Violence Prevention Center, Inc. (InterAct)

Oklahoma:

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

Tennessee:

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

Texas:

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

Utah:

The Green Urban Lunch Box
Utah Center for community Nutrition