Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Safeway Foundation

The Safeway Foundation works with existing and new partners that they proactively seek out and identify as collaborators to achieve their mission and goals. Due to limited financial and human resources, the Safeway Foundation cannot accept or respond to unsolicited proposals.

If you believe your organization’s mission is aligned with their priority areas of giving, please send a brief letter of introduction to the appropriate operating area. They will contact you if there is interest in receiving more information from your organization.

Non-profit organizations must be able to prove their non-profit status and must also serve the community where we operate stores.

The Safeway Foundation generally does not fund:
  • Individuals and for-profit organizations
  • Political organizations or activities
  • Religious organizations for religious purposes
  • Capital or building campaigns
  • Advocacy programs
  • Meetings, conferences or workshops
  • Sports teams or athletic competitions
  • Fundraising dinners, gala and events
  • Other foundations or granting organizations
It appears that the following BDPA chapters might be eligible to work with BETF to submit a 'letter of inquiry' to Safeway Foundation ---> Bay Area, Central Illinois, Chicago, Dallas, Hampton Roads, Houston, Los Angeles, New Jersey, No. Delaware, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Richmond, Seattle and Washington DC.

Do you work or shop at Safeway?

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