Your support is vital to the work we do and each partnership brings its own unique strengths and strategies, including:

  • Strategic philanthropic giving
  • Employee engagement campaigns
  • Immediate humanitarian and emergency relief
  • Cause marketing and consumer engagement activities
  • Sponsorship and event participation

Your commitment enables WFP to strengthen its operations around the world, reaching more people, funding lifesaving programs and building public support. By helping further these efforts, you are making a tremendous impact on millions of lives. When people are well nourished and don’t have to worry about where their next meal will come from, everyone thrives.

Together, we are winning the fight against hunger, one meal at a time.

Why You Should Invest in Zero Hunger

Food is one of life's most basic building blocks. That's why U.S. companies can — and should — play a critical role in improving global food security.

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Become a Partner

To learn more about becoming a corporate partner, email corp@wfpusa.org.

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“Cargill is helping to build a sustainable, more food-secure future. To respond to the humanitarian crisis, Cargill’s legal team in Europe, the Middle East and Africa are raising funds for WFP USA to provide critical food assistance and humanitarian support to refugees in Turkey. We know the time to act is now.”

— Jemma Collins, Cargill Inc.

World Food Program USA's Emergency Response Fund

This Fund serves as a gateway for our donors to meet their philanthropic desire in addressing global hunger and assisting those who need it most in times of crisis. Created to finance WFP humanitarian relief operations during disasters and emergencies, the Fund provides an efficient, flexible solution for investors to expedite their charitable gifts to immediately address life-saving logistics and food needs at the onset of a disaster or emergency.

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Featured Partnerships

Bank of America Charitable Foundation

In 2015, the Bank of America Charitable Foundation contributed to World Food Program USA (WFP USA)'s Emergency Response Fund, delivering critical support for WFP's crisis relief efforts, including assistance to humanitarian response operations in Syria, immediate emergency relief in Nepal… Read more

Cargill Inc.

Cargill has been a partner since 2001, providing support for a range of different programs to reduce hunger and improve food security. More recently Cargill committed to a multi-year investment to boost smallholder farmers' access to markets and increase the… Read more

Facebook

Facebook and the U.N. World Food Programme continue to engage in innovative ways to end hunger. In 2017, Facebook’s Disaster Maps helped WFP and other NGO’s understand affected populations’ needs more quickly. Disaster Maps use aggregated social media information to… Read more

General Mills

General Mills is a leading global food company that serves the world by making food people love. As part of the company’s commitment to increasing food & nutrition security around the globe, General Mills and its Foundation are partnering with… Read more

Kemin Industries, Inc.

Kemin, provider of health and nutritional solutions to the agrifoods, food ingredients and pharmaceutical industries, supports the United Nations World Food Programme with technical expertise in the field of food quality maintenance and quality assurance systems. Read more

Mastercard

As a global payments technology company, Mastercard is focused on leveraging technology in new ways, to benefit not just business, but people and the world around us. The result is a clear and consistent vision of doing well and doing… Read more

Michael Kors (USA), Inc.

Michael Kors, the world-renowned fashion house, has helped WFP deliver 15 million meals to children in hunger-stricken areas around the world through the company’s Watch Hunger Stop campaign, which launched in 2013. Read more

PepsiCo Foundation

PepsiCo and the PepsiCo Foundation have been supporting the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) since 2008 through joint initiatives that align with both PepsiCo's Performance with Purpose Goals and WFP's mission of zero hunger. PepsiCo and the PepsiCo Foundation… Read more

UPS

Since 2009, support provided by The UPS Foundation has enhanced the World Food Programme's capacity to reach millions in need with life-saving relief. During this time UPS has generously donated cash, in-kind transportation, warehouse facilities, equipment, logistics personnel and technical… Read more

The Case for Support

Emergency Response: A Lifeline On the Front Lines

WFP is among the first humanitarian organizations on the ground to help hungry families in crisis. In conflict zones like Syria, Iraq and Yemen to regions of the world impacted by natural disaster, WFP works closely with national governments, the private sector and civil society partners to deliver life-saving food assistance when it matters most. The agency is also responsible for setting up vital telecommunications systems so the international aid community, government officials and local NGOs can coordinate relief and recovery efforts on the ground.

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School Meals: Transforming Communities Through Sustainable Nourishment

WFP is the world’s largest provider of school meals, reaching more than 16 million children in 2016. School meals often serve as the only reliable source of nutrition for children in impoverished communities. By easing the burden of putting food on the table, WFP removes hunger as a barrier to education and helps students concentrate and succeed in the classroom.

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