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 contact Allison Bradley, Cause Marketing & Engagement Manager.
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.
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.
Gino’s is giving back to the Greater Chicago Food Depository with “Cookies for a Cause”. Corporate Gino’s East locations will be donating a portion of the proceeds from the sales of their cookies to the Food Depository. Additionally, they are giving guests the option to make a donation at check out – both online and in-store. Learn more.
In honor of their mission to support the community, HERO Coffee Bar is offering a special branded Food Depository coffee bag! For every purchase of coffee beans in our branded bag, $1 will be donated to the Food Depository. Purchases can be made at any Chicago area HERO Coffee Bar location or online.
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream
Throughout 2022, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams has stepped up to support the Food Depository with “Ice Cream Social” fundraisers in their shops, employee volunteerism, and through sharing our mission with the Chicago community. Keep an eye out on our event calendar for more Ice Cream Social fundraisers at Jeni’s locations across Chicagoland. At each event, Jeni’s will donate 25% of sales from that location.
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.
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.
Too Good to Go, the tech-for-good company behind the world’s #1 anti-food waste app, is partnering with the Food Depository to help Chicagoans take immediate action against food insecurity and climate change. While using the app to rescue surplus meals from local businesses, Chicago users can now also donate to the Food Depository directly through the homepage. Learn more.
Move from hunger to hope. With every 9” hand turned wooden bowl purchase, $10 will be donated to the Greater Chicago Food Depository.