Conagra Brands Foundation

Thank you for your interest in the Conagra Brands Foundation.

The Conagra Brands Foundation supports select nonprofit organizations that align with our core focus areas. This includes a broad array of initiatives that address food insecurity, such as: food access, nutrition education, cooking skills, healthy and active lifestyles and select urban agricultural programs that have a clear community focus and provide entrepreneurial skills to help individuals participate in the farm to fork economy.

Partnership and collaboration is essential, especially when working to impact large social issues. Therefore, we seek partnerships with highly respected nonprofit organizations with leadership teams that challenge the current status quo with innovative approaches that result in viable solutions.

Please use the links below to submit an online application.

Special Event Application

Nonprofit organizations based in the USA that would like to request support for a special event such as a gala or one-time event are encouraged to submit a special event application online. Please click the link below to begin the online registration and application.

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Letter of Intent Application

Nonprofit organizations based in the USA are eligible to submit one online Letter of Intent (LOI) between December 1 and March 15. Please click the link below to begin the online registration and application.

The Foundation reviews LOIs on a rolling basis. If the proposed LOI is of interest, the Foundation staff will notify the applicant via email and extend a full application to request comprehensive project information and documentation.

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Contributions are not considered for:

  • Individuals
  • Fiscal agents
  • Political campaigns or organizations whose mission is to influence legislation
  • Religious organizations seeking to further a denominational or sectarian purpose
  • Organizations that discriminate. Organizations are required to provide documentation of an inclusive non-discrimination policy that applies to employees, volunteers and clients. The policy must at least specify protections for the characteristics of sex, race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, pregnancy, leave status, disability, veteran status, genetic information and/or any other characteristic or status protected by national, federal, state or local law. Omitting this information may result in the immediate rejection of the application or request.