Amorepacific, a South Korean chemical and cosmetic company, helps WFP serve hungry populations in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Learn more.
Bank of America Charitable Foundation provides emergency funding to help WFP deliver lifesaving food when it is needed most. Learn more.
BASF Stiftung, a charitable foundation based in Ludwigshafen, Germany, supports WFP in disaster relief and international projects, such as during the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa and initiatives to improve nutrition of school children in Nicaragua. Learn more.
Caterpillar helps WFP access critical equipment for food transportation and logistics during emergencies in some of the harshest environments on the planet; together we're getting food to where it's needed, when it's needed. Learn more.
Cartier Charitable Foundation supports WFP’s home-grown school feeding programme in Burkina Faso, Burundi and Mozambique, nurturing children, empowering smallholder farmers and helping the entire school community thrive. Learn more.
Coca-Cola, the world’s largest soft drink company, provides in-kind donations and logistical support to WFP operations in Columbia. Learn more.
Danone, an international food and beverage company, has supported WFP's emergency operations in the past with cash contributions, and its Activia brand recently collaborated with the brand’s global spokesperson Shakira to release a music video in support of WFP’s School Meals Programme. Learn more.
Louis Dreyfus Foundation, the charitable arm of the Louis Dreyfus Group, provides project funding to WFP, most recently to support the expansion of market access to smallholder farmers who can sell crops to WFP projects in South Sudan and Mali. Learn more.
FEED Projects, founded by Lauren Bush, support WFP operations and the fight against hunger through the sale of bags, t-shirts, stuffed toys and other accessories online and via partner retailers. Learn more.
HNA Group, Hainan Airlines’ holding company, is helping promote girls’ education in Ghana through WFP school feeding programmes; this is the first Chinese private sector contribution entirely directed to Africa, and the group wants to engage other organizations and in the initiative. Learn more.
International Paper is a global paper and packaging company that has been donating to WFPUSA through its Coins for Kids programme, providing school meals to poverty stricken areas around Nairobi, Kenya. Learn more.
Kemin, provider of health and nutritional solutions to the agrifoods, food ingredients and pharmaceutical industries, supports WFP with technical expertise in the field of food quality maintenance and quality assurance systems. Learn more.
Michael Kors, the world-renowned fashion house, supports WFP through the company’s yearly fund- and awareness-raising campaign called Watch Hunger Stop, which raised over 5 million meals in its first year through the sale of a limited-edition watch and in-store donations. Learn more.
PostNL – the mail, parcel and e-commerce corporation – is a longstanding supporter of WFP, providing financial support to our School Meals Programme in Malawi through a variety of fundraising initiatives, including the annual sale of its popular cookbook. Learn more.
Stop Hunger, an endowment fund of Sodexo, leverages its expertise in vouchers and food service management to improve WFP’s local sourcing for School Meals Programmes; it also supports WFP financially with fundraising campaigns. Learn more.
Tencent, one of the world’s largest Internet companies, connects its user base with WFP through fundraising campaigns; a notable example is a record-breaking campaign in support of Ebola victims with 105,803 individuals giving in a 24-hour period. Learn more.
UPS Foundation: The UPS Foundation has contributed over $2.5 million in financial, skilled volunteer, capacity building and in-kind services to WFP since 2007 and forged a multi-year partnership in 2009 to enhance WFP’s global capacity to better respond to emergencies. Learn more.