Corporate Supporters

Corporate Supporters

ADM: One of the world's leading agricultural processors, ADM has supported WFP projects in various ways for many years.  A recent and significant ADM grant went to the WFP school meals programme in Cote d’Ivoire, West Africa. Learn more.

Bank Internasional Indonesia: Bank Internasional Indonesia is one of Indonesia’s largest private banks and gives local-for-local financial support to WFP school meals projects in Indonesia. Learn more.

Bloomberg: Bloomberg has helped WFP respond to instances of critical food shortages and provided life-saving food and assistance in emergency situations such as Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar and the recent earthquake in Haiti. Learn more.

Bunge: Bunge is a leading agribusiness and food company that recently donated to WFP's Haiti disaster relief appeal. Learn more. 

Chevron: In the aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti, Chevron lent its support to WFP with a grant from the Chevron Global Fund. Learn more. 

Citigroup: Citigroup spearheaded development of the WFP Emergency Network, a private sector alliance of companies who provide cash, services and gifts-in-kind in advance of major emergencies. Learn more.

Credit Suisse:  Credit Suisse is a supporter of WFP’s school meals programmes in Asia. Learn more.

Danone: International food and beverage company, Danone, has recently supported WFP's emergency operations in Haiti with cash contributions. In the past Danone has also funded school meals programmes in Niger and made in-kind donations of Biskuat biscuits in the aftermath of the Asia tsunami. Learn more.

Goldman Sachs & Co: Goldman Sachs supports WFP to help vulnerable populations after emergencies like Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar and the recent earthquake in Haiti. Learn more.

Google: gave to the Myanmar emergency as well as supporting WFP's web fundraising efforts through free online advertising. Learn more.

H.J. Heinz Company: In the context of Project Laser Beam, Heinz has helped to facilitate nutritional mapping in Bangladesh, identifying the most food-insecure populations and laying the foundation to improve food access and improve nutritional intake. Learn more.

HP: The Hewlett-Packard Company Foundation stepped forward to help WFP provide life-saving food assistance to those hit the hardest when Cyclone Nargis hit Myanmar in 2008. Learn more.

International Paper: Global paper and packaging company International Paper has been donating to WFP through its Coins for Kids programme, providing school meals throughout poverty stricken areas around Nairobi, Kenya. Learn more.

Kemin: Provider of health and nutritional solutions to the agrifoods, food ingredients and pharmaceutical industries, Kemin supports WFP in building technical expertise in the field of food quality maintenance and quality assurance systems. Learn more.

Kookmin Bank, ranked in "Korea's top 100 brands", has supported WFP's School Meals Programme since 2006. Learn more.

Marriott: Through their “Spirit to Serve the Hungry” campaign, Marriott supports WFP’s school meals programmes, investing in children’s health and education to break the cycle of poverty and hunger in the developing world. Learn more.

Michael Kors: Michael Kors, a world-renowned fashion designer, together with his namesake company, supports WFP through a combination of awareness raising campaigns, special events and limited-edition fundraising products, including "Watch Hunger Stop." Learn more.

Mondelez International Foundation: Mondelez is a founding partner of WFP's Project Laser Beam; a five-year, US$50 million public-private partnership that seeks to eradicate child malnutrition. Learn more.

Nielsen:  Nielsen has donated in-kind research and services to help WFP raise awareness about global hunger and connect to thousands of new supporters. Nielsen will continue to support WFP’s global marketing and programmatic research objectives to better leverage its knowledge and resources to fight hunger. Learn more.

SAP: As the world's leading provider of business software, SAP has helped WFP to improve business processes and respond more quickly to emergency situations. Learn more.

Sodexo: Food services company Sodexo is commited to stopping hunger and recently donated funds to WFP for the emergency operations in Haiti. 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.

Zumba Fitness: This dance-fitness company is using its motivating tunes and fitness programme to raise funds and awareness through a global campaign called "The Great Calorie Drive." Learn more.