Nonprofits, apply to this Walmart state grant to receive up to $200K - Generocity Philly


Aug. 10, 2017 3:47 pm

Nonprofits, apply to this Walmart state grant to receive up to $200K

For the third giving cycle of its State Giving Program, the Walmart Foundation is giving money to orgs working in either hunger relief or community engagement. Apps are due by EOD Friday.

Broad Street Ministry, past recipient of a Walmart Foundation grant.

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Here’s a grant opportunity for local nonprofits that work in either hunger relief or community engagement.

The Walmart Foundation, the grant-giving arm of the major retail chain, recently started its third and final cycle for its State Giving Program this year, where nonprofits operating at a regional or state level in any state can apply for grant money ranging from $25,000 to $200,000.

The Walmart Foundation mostly focuses on helping out hunger relief efforts and organizations — past recipients of grant money from the organization have included Broad Street Ministry and the Pennsylvania Association of Regional Food Banks — but for this last cycle of giving with this grant, nonprofits working in community engagement that “focus on the unmet needs of underserved low-income populations” are welcome to apply, according to a press release.

That’s a pretty broad definition, but here are some of the examples for community engagement:

  • Career opportunity
  • Disaster preparedness
  • Education programs
  • Healthcare access
  • Shelters
  • Human service programs

Applications are available here and they’re due by the end of the day tomorrow.

Albert Hong

Albert Hong is Generocity's contributing reporter. He started hanging around the Technically Media office as a summer intern for and eventually made his way to freelancing for both news sites. While technology and video games are two of his main interests, he's grown to love Philadelphia as a city and is always excited to hear someone else's story.

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