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No Kid Hungry

Arby’s works hard to make a difference in the communities we serve by impacting the issue of childhood hunger on national, state and local levels. Nationally, we partner with Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry® campaign. As a Core Partner of the No Kid Hungry campaign, the highest delineation for a partner, we work with them on all levels to take a strategic approach to ending childhood hunger by funding long-term innovative programs and sustainable solutions that impact the issue of childhood hunger.

Junior Achievement

The Arby’s Foundation is a proud supporter of 3DE by Junior Achievement: a fully-immersive school-within-a-school program that brings real world connectivity into the everyday academic experience to create a highly engaging and relevant learning environment. 3DE challenges students to think beyond the classroom walls, pushes students to think boldly and discover solutions, and provides opportunities for students to create connections with professionals, peers and possibilities.

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Research shows that one-to-one mentoring improves a child’s confidence, academic performance and decision making. Big Brothers Big Sisters has been doing the important work to match kids (Littles) with mentors (Bigs) and to actively support these mentoring relationships since 1904.

School’s Out, Food’s In

School’s Out, Food’s In

Our School’s Out, Food’s in (SOFI) program is designed to support children who struggle to find meals during the summer when they no longer have access to free or reduced price school lunches. Each year, before the last day of school, Arby’s partners with local school systems to provide students with a SOFI meal card, providing 10 free Arby’s Kids meals for each student during the summer. This summer, Arby’s has provided access to over 3 million meals for kids in need.

Make a Difference Day

Make A Difference Day is a national volunteering day. Arby’s team members across the country have the chance to engage directly with one of our core values: *Make A Difference*. This year the Arby’s team will be volunteering on October 26th. The volunteer projects include food banks, tutoring, park clean-up, coat drives, habitat for humanity and much more.

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Chef's Cycle

Chef's Cycle

Chefs Cycle is a three-day, 300-mile cycling event hosted by No Kid Hungry featuring chefs and members of the culinary community coming together to fight hunger outside of the kitchen. For the past five years, The Arby’s Foundation Meat Pedalers team has participated in this incredible fundraising event cycling more than 4,000 total miles.

Making a difference through local grants in communities across America

3 Squares, Inc
Abide Network, Inc
Acworth Elementary – AKA Cobb County School District
Adrian Burnett Elementary School – AKA Knox County Schools
Agape Youth and Family Center
Amazing Grace Mission of Sumner County, Inc.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
American Red Cross, Mississippi Region
Andee’s Army
Association Of Fundraising Professionals – Atlanta Chapter
Atlanta Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
Atlanta Community Food Bank
Atlanta Fire Rescue Foundation
Atlanta International School
Atlanta Police Foundation
At The Core
Belmont Hills Elementary
Big Boss Enterprise, LLC
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big Oak Ranch
Billings Food Bank, Inc.
Bis-Man Mentor Squad AKA Dacotah Foundation
Blessings in a Backpack, Inc.
Blessings in a Backpack-Michigan C/O Community Foundation of Greater Rochester
Boys and Girls Clubs
Breakthrough Atlanta (Lovett School)
Burlington Community School District`
Butte Emergency Food Bank
Caring Community
Carmack Boulevard Church of Christ
Catholic Charities SWO
Catholic Community Services of Utah
Charity Global, Inc
Children’s Advocacy Center of Southwest Florida, Inc.
Children’s Home Association of Illinois
Communities in Schools of Atlanta
Communities In Schools of Georgia, Inc.
Community Action Services and Food Bank
Community Compassion Network
Community Foundation of Dunn County
Corporate Volunteer Council of Atlanta
Council for Adult & Experiential Learning
Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School
CrossBridge, Inc.
Cross Church
Cunningham Children’s Home
CURE Childhood Cancer
Downtown Jimmie Hale Mission Inc
Dream Vision Youth Foundation
Eastern Illinois Foodbank
Emerald Youth Foundation
Emergency Food Pantry, Inc.
Enduring Hearts
Erin’s Hope for Friends
Evergreen Elementary (Allendale Public Schools)
Families First, Inc.
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America

Feeding South Dakota
Feeding Texas
Fellowship Church
Fill Ministries, Inc.
Flood, inc.
Focus On Your Future
Food Bank of Siouxland, Inc.
Food Well Alliance, Inc.
Foundation For Youth of Bartholomew County, Inc.
Friendly House of Davenport Iowa
Friends of the Salt Lake County Children’s Justice Center
Gallatin Shalom Zone
Georgia Center for Nonprofits
Georgia College Marketing Advisory Board
Georgia Court Appointed Special Advocates, Inc.
Georgia Food Bank Association
Georgia Foundation for Public Education
Georgia Tech Foundation, Inc.
Golden Opp For You, Inc.
Goldsboro Elementary Magnet School (Seminole County Schools)
GraceWorks Ministries
Grady High School Foundation, Inc.
Granite Education Foundation
Granite School Disrict
Great Falls Community Food Bank
Habitat for Humanity in Atlanta
Hardin Valley Elementary School
Heartland Family Service
Helena Food Share
Helping Our Young People Connect With God
Herrin Elementary School
Hillgrove NJROTC CPO
Hockey has Heart
Hope School Foundation
Hope thru Soap Inc
Horizons Atlanta Inc
Hospitality Education Foundation of Georgia
Hunger Task Force, Inc.
I Am a Father 5k
Jack P. Nix Elementary School (White County Board of Education)
JDRF, International
Junior Achievement
Kate’s Club
LaFollette Church of God
LAMB Foundation Inc.
Lifeline Children’s Services
Madonna School and Community-Based Services
Marine Toys for Tots Foundation
Mason City Family YMCA
McAuliffee Elementary School
Mill Creek Athletic Association
Minneapolis Police Federation Charities Inc
Mission Children?s Hosptial
Mountain Child Advocacy Center
Muhlenberg County Board of Education
Muscular Dystrophy Association (Greater VA)
Muskego Food Pantry
MUST Ministries, Inc
New Destiny Pathways
New Liberty Missionary Baptist Churc
North Gwinnett Co-Op

Ogden School Foundation
Our Place Art Organization Incorporated
Outward Bound Atlanta
Pershing-Pine Castle Elementary PTA
Peter Hopkins Foundation
Pine Level Elementary PTA
Points of Light Foundation
Project Gift Inc.
Quality Care for Children
Rescue Ministries of Mid-Michigan
Rockhill Elementary – AKA Alliance City School District
Russom Elementary PTA
Saint Mary’s College
Sandy Springs Police Benevolent Fund
School Board of Orange County, Florida
School Board of Seminole County, FL
School Disctrict of Volusia County, Florida
Second Harvest
Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee
Share Our Strength
Sharing and Caring Hands
Shiloh Point Elementary School – AKA Forsyth County Board of Education
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Songs For Kids Foundation, Inc.
SOS Children’s Village Florida
Souris Valley United Way
Special Olympics Mississippi
Special Olympics Virginia
SPRING HILL ELEMENTARY School – AKA Maury County Public Schools
St. Baldrick’s Foundation
St. Joseph Catholic Orphan Society (dba St. Joseph Children’s Home)
Steele Creek Elementary School (CMS Foundation)
St John Bosco Academy, Inc
Streetsboro City Schools
The Father’s House
The Giving Kitchen Initiative
The Miracle Of Moon Township
The Pink Agenda
The Stewart Foundation
The University of Georgia Foundation
Toledo Community Service Center, dba Family House
Treadway Elementary School PTO
U.S. Fund for UNICEF
United Heroes League
United Way of Asheville and Buncombe County
United Way of Mower County
United Way of the Midlands
United Way of Western Nebraska
University of Georgia
Urban Recipe, Inc.
Utah Food Bank
Voices for Georgia’s Children
Westside Elementary – AKA School District of Volusia Country, Florida
Woodruff Arts Center
Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies
YMCA of Rock River Valley
Youth Improved Incorporated (dba GENYOUTH Foundation)
Youth Opportunities Unlimited

Please note, at this time we do not accept unsolicited grant requests.  All grantees are nominated by members of the Inspire Brands community.