Featured Corporate & Foundation Grants
 January 1, 2020 — March 31, 2020

Bank Of America

$250,000

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in 2-3 times the demand for food at many local food pantries. This grant from Bank Of America will help us meet this increased need for emergency food assistance over the next several months.

Cargill Foundation

$250,000

This grant from Cargill Foundation will provide us the resources we require to distribute additional healthy food boxes and prepared meals through the Minnesota Central Kitchen for people impacted by the recent COVID-19 pandemic.

Change Happens Foundation

$20,000

Everyone, regardless of income, should have access to the fresh fruits and vegetables they need to live healthy lives. This grant from Change Happens Foundation will help fund the Produce Strategy this year, bringing fresh fruits and vegetables to thousands of hungry households.

Charlson Foundation

$20,000

The $20,000 grant from Charlson Foundation will help us provide emergency food boxes, prepared meals through the Minnesota Central Kitchen, and other food resources that are in great need due to the current COVID-19 pandemic.

General Mills Foundation

$50,000

Second Harvest Heartland will utilize this additional $50,000 grant from General Mills Foundation to help meet growing needs for healthy food—safely delivered—throughout our region as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

George Family Foundation

$50,000

As we face the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s essential that all people have the nutritious food they need to remain healthy. This $50,000 grant from George Family Foundation will help us provide thousands of healthy food boxes and prepared meals for people impacted by the pandemic.

Margaret Rivers Fund

$100,000

This general operating grant from Margaret Rivers Fund will help ensure thousands of households throughout the east metro and St. Croix River valley area will have the nutritious food they need to thrive throughout the year.

Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation

$250,000

1 in 11 Minnesotans are food insecure, and that number grows every day as more people face unemployment and loss of income due to COVID-19. Second Harvest Heartland will utilize this $250,000 grant from the Richard M. Schulze Foundation to help provide thousands of emergency food boxes, nutritious prepared meals and other emergency food assistance over the next several months.

Securian Foundation

$250,000

Working together, hunger is a problem we can solve. This $250,00 grant from Securian Foundation will help provide us with food, supplies, transportation and other items needed to provide emergency food and meals for area households impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Target Corporation

$200,000

Food insecurity can be a hidden problem in many communities, even more so now as we face the COVID-19 pandemic. This $200,000 grant from Target Corporation will help ensure we can successfully implement our plans to connect thousands of households to the nutritious food and meals they need during this time of greatly increased need.

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