About the Conagra Brands Foundation
Conagra Brands Foundation is dedicated to providing philanthropic support to the communities where Conagra Brands has a presence. The Foundation grants funds to highly effective nonprofits across the country that are inclusive in offering people of all ages and diverse identities essential programs and services that are aligned with our core focus areas: food access, nutrition education, cooking skills, healthy and active lifestyles, and select urban agricultural programs that give the community access to fresh produce while instilling entrepreneurial skills to help individuals participate in the farm-to-fork economy.
We also encourage employee participation in advocacy efforts to increase understanding of food insecurity, and support broadscale research, so that people throughout all sectors of society can develop meaningful strategies to address the issue. Recent examples of significant research supported by Conagra Brands Foundation include the annual Map the Meal Gap study from Feeding America, and specialized analysis with partners including the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law. The Foundation has also supported projects like journalist, speaker, author, and philanthropist Soledad O’Brien’s acclaimed documentary about hunger on college campuses, Hungry to Learn.
Finally, each year Conagra Brands employees participate in Hunger Action Month in September, our United for Change fundraising campaign every fall, and our annual Month of Service every April.