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Our annual Growing Healthy Kids campaign takes place in September during the Back-To-Schooltimeframe and is an in-store fundraising and awareness building campaign encouraged in each WholeFoods Market (WFM) store, giving your brand added exposure while helping to generate the support thatmakes our work possible.As thanks for your generosity, Whole Kids Foundation (WKF) will feature your company logo or name in:
All of the benefits listed under Core Sponsor & more, including:
All sponsor logos on WKF website and scroll at the bottom throughout the year!
June is National Pollinator Month – a time to celebrate bees and spread the word about how we can protect them and educate each other and our children about the important role that they play in our ecosystem and the foods that we eat. Pollinators are responsible for 1 out of 3 bites of food we eat – yet their habitat is shrinking, and many species are in danger. With support from supplier partners and customers, our goal is to build awareness about this cause and fund more bee grants to get more students excited about the world of bees!
To appreciate your generous support, Whole Kids Foundation will feature your company logo or name in:
• All of the benefits listed under Bee Keeper Sponsorship
• Plus, larger logo and prominent placement on digital assets and in-store campaign materials
• Whole Kids Foundation digital campaign communications including a series of 6 emails distributed
weekly to 150,000 dedicated Whole Kids Foundation subscribers from May 20 to June 30
• Logo positioning on website homepage and donation page with inclusion in a website banner on
• In-store kitted campaign materials activated during June to include a poster, unique aisle blade and
shelf shouter to build awareness with Whole Foods Market customers
• Digital campaign will be amplified by Whole Foods Market social media channels
• Recognized in-store with a unique shelf shouter sign
Building a connection with a school garden or bee hive grant recipient is a powerful way to connect withour work in a meaningful way. With a minimum contribution of $2,000, you can support a school gardenor bee hive grant! And, if you have a goal of supporting multiple schools, we can make that happen, too.
Each year, we have a waiting list of qualified schools ready to teach kids about where their food comes
from and the important role pollinators play. Our team will share qualified garden and bee hive grant
programs based on your specific criteria.
As thanks for your participation, Whole Kids Foundation will:
Our Scanback Donation Program allows Whole Foods Market suppliers to contribute a portion of product sales to Whole Kids Foundation to support our work. More customers are interested in supporting brands that give back.
These scanback donation requests are submitted directly to Whole Foods Market Global Purchasing through the promo calendar and occur when products are on national promotion for a limited time or are offered as an exclusive item.
As thanks for your participation, Whole Kids Foundation will
Special Note: Funds raised through the Scanback Donation Program may be applied to
When it comes to the health of our children, we wholeheartedly believe it takes a village to give them opportunities to succeed. Whole Kids Foundation is deeply grateful for the amazing sponsors who help fund and fuel our work.
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Your donations directly impact over 6 million kids.