Ongoing Opportunities for Support
Several ongoing cause marketing partnerships benefit the Food Depository with your purchase.
If you are interested in beginning a Cause Marketing partnership with the Food Depository, please review our guidelines to learn more.
Shop with Amazon Smile
You shop. Amazon gives. Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the Food Depository. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service. Support the Food Depository by starting your shopping here.
Prints for Hunger
Prints for Hunger is a fundraising print sale of donated photographs by Chicagoan and Chicago-based artists, in collaboration with Roots and Culture Contemporary Arts Center. This fundraiser exchanges significant photographs for donations that support vulnerable communities during the COVID-19 emergency and its aftermath. All proceeds will go directly to the Food Depository.
Connect Roasters has teamed up with Chicago Cubs outfielder Ian Happ to help front-line workers and children who have been affected most by the COVID-19 pandemic. Together they have launched Quarantine Coffee for COVID Relief — which helps provide 4.5 meals to the Food Depository for every bag of single-origin Guatemalan medium roast sold.
Little Rituals is a health and wellness company focused on kids, parents and communities. Every Little Rituals order helps the Food Depository provide 3 meals to people in need.
Shaw Contract makes flooring that delivers a purposeful blend of design elements, materiality, sustainability, and performance. The Food Depository will receive of proceeds from every unit of “shifting fields” commercial carpet sold through June 30, 2021.
Plants Delivered Chicago
Plants Delivered Chicago hand delivers healthy, tall plants to fill out any space in homes or offices. All plants are delivered by hand, rather than using shipping companies, to guarantee that each plant will be delivered safely, in climate controlled conditions, to its new home. Plants Delivered donates 25% of sales to the Food Depository.
The Soulfull Project focuses on creating healthy and delicious food, making it accessible to all and inspiring people to get involved in their communities. For every serving of hot cereal you buy, The Soulfull Project will donate a serving of Four Grain cereal to the Greater Chicago Food Depository. Products can be purchased at Jewel Osco stores throughout the Chicagoland area.
Coco + Peach
Inspired by the glamour of her mother and the sophisticated and edgy city where she resides, designer Jessica Strang created coco + peach, an online Chicago-based jewelry boutique. Coco + Peach will donate $1 per order to the Food Depository.
Simply Good Jars
Simply Good Jars was started by a chef who wanted to change the way people think about consumption, from the type of food we eat to the package it comes in. SGJ meals are available in Walgreens locations in the Chicagoland area, and they also offer home delivery throughout Cook County. Jars are returnable for reuse. For every jar returned, the monetary equivalent of one meal is donated to the Food Depository.