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Meet our partners

Mastercard and WFP are helping communities around the world take important steps towards breaking the cycle of hunger and poverty for future generations. Created in 2012, the partnership includes cause marketing campaigns and other activities that generate financial support for WFP’s operations, as well as expertise-sharing to advance WFP’s work and support beneficiaries while achieving “commercially sustainable social impact” for Mastercard.
dsm-firmenich, a leader in the health, nutrition, and beauty space, is working with WFP to improve nutrition, fight 'hidden hunger' caused by micronutrient deficiencies, and strengthen resilience by increasing access to, demand for, and consumption of nutritious foods.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been a WFP partner since 2014 and provides critical resources to help address the needs of hungry and vulnerable populations. The Church also supports WFP’s school meals and smallholder farmer programs and projects focusing on resilience building.
Palantir supports WFP operations by strengthening data-informed decision-making and helping address critical data integration challenges.

Zero Hunger Champions

Balenciaga raises funds and global awareness for WFP's greatest needs through the sale of WFP-branded clothing in stores and online. Learn more.

Cainiao is a strategic logistics partner working with WFP to enhance our emergency and supply chain operations with the aim of helping us reach more people in need, more effectively. Learn more.

Cargill has been a partner for 20 years and has supported WFP across a wide range of programmes, including those focused on school feeding, smallholder farmers and disaster relief operations in many countries around the world. Learn more.

Cartier Philanthropy supports WFP’s assistance to smallholder farmers, their communities, and market actors in Mozambique, helping reduce postharvest losses, enriching school meals with healthy locally sourced food, and building resilience. Learn more.

Michael Kors, the world-renowned fashion house, has helped WFP deliver over 30 million school meals to vulnerable children around the world through the company’s Watch Hunger Stop campaign, which first launched in 2013. Learn more.

The Postcode Lottery in the Netherlands provides critical flexible funding that helps WFP act swiftly during emergencies, while also helping building long-term resilience in Congo, Burkina Faso, Djibouti, Malawi, and elsewhere. Learn more.

PepsiCo Foundation’s partnership with WFP help us achieve our goal of delivering sustainable growth by investing in a healthier future for people and our planet. Learn more.

Stop Hunger, an endowment fund of Sodexo, leverages its capacity and expertise to support WFP’s school feeding programmes, while also providing critical support during emergencies through donations and fundraising campaigns. Learn more.

Corporate supporters

BASF Stiftung


Carrier Global Corporation

Choithrams International Foundation

Earth Group


International Paper Company

Kemin Industries

Kerry Group

Louis Dreyfus Foundation

Mars, Incorporated

MBC Hope



Renault Trucks

Salesforce (Tableau)

Singapore Airlines

Table for Two


Tencent Foundation

UPS Foundation

Yum Brands!


WFP’s partnerships with leading philanthropic organizations are critical in supporting our efforts to feed the hungry while enhancing organizational capacity and furthering development of WFP’s strategic initiatives. Collaboration with foundations enables WFP to implement innovative programming that better serves communities in urgent need, while also providing long-term solutions to hunger and poverty that deliver for the vulnerable.

With support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, WFP tackles urgent issues that impede food security throughout the developing world, such as Women’s Economic Empowerment, Digital Financial Inclusion and Large-Scale Food Fortification. Projects have also focused on increasing the amount of purchases WFP makes from smallholder farmers and supporting WFP’s Food Security Analysis Service to help countries comprehensively assess and respond to food insecurity.

The Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) has helped WFP prevent stunting though its “Right Foods at the Right Time—Improving Nutrition of Children under 2,” initiative. Together, CIFF and WFP have reached 42,000 children under two years of age, along with 57,000 pregnant and nursing women in Malawi. WFP and CIFF are now working on maternal and child nutrition with a focus on Balanced Energy-Protein (BEP) supplements.

The Rockefeller Foundation has supported WFP in restructuring its natural disaster assistance programme, which has evolved from an ad-hoc solution to a global risk management system with a particular focus on helping people cope with climate-related food crises in Africa. WFP and the Foundation are now working together to leverage the power of institutional procurement to improve diets through school feeding.

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