Scholarships & Grants for Projects to Help End Hunger

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Scholarships & Grants for Projects to Help End Hunger

Students, apply now for grants to combat hunger in your community.
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Sodexo Foundation's Stephen J. Brady Stop Hunger Scholarships
Deadline: December 5
#GET5GIVE5 and Impact Millions! Sodexo Foundation's Stephen J. Brady Stop Hunger Scholarships reward students that are working to end hunger in their communities. To support their innovative efforts, winners get a $5,000 scholarship for school and a $5,000 matching grant to give to the hunger-related charity of their choice. Apply by December 5 and you could #GET5GIVE5 in your hometown. To apply and for official rules, visit

Sodexo Foundation Youth Grants
Deadline: January 15
YSA (Youth Service America) and Sodexo Foundation are looking for 100 of the best ideas from young people about how they can help end childhood hunger in their communities. $400 grants are available for leaders ages 5-25 across the U.S. to turn their ideas into action and make an impact on the issue of childhood hunger during Global Youth Service Day - April 17-19, 2015 - and beyond. Learn more and apply at

Campus Kitchen Launch Grant
Deadline: February 1
The Campus Kitchens Project has numerous funding options and grant opportunities available to schools across the country to help with the planning and implementation of a Campus Kitchen. The Campus Kitchens Project is a national non-profit that empowers student leaders to create innovative and sustainable solutions to hunger. Campus Kitchen students rescue food that would have gone to waste from their on-campus dining hall cafeterias and use that food to prepare and serve balanced nutritious meals food insecure residents in their communities. To learn more about the $5,000 launch grants, visit

Katie's Krops Grants
Deadline: December 31
Katie's Krops is offering grants to youth between the ages of 9 and 16 in the U.S. to start vegetable gardens and donate the harvested food to feed people in need. The winners will be awarded a gift card (up to $500) to a local garden center, support from Katie's Krops, and a digital camera to document the garden and the harvest. Applications for all types of vegetable gardens, such as a container garden if you live in a city, or a vegetable garden located in your neighborhood or at your school will be considered. For more information and to apply, visit


About Sodexo
Sodexo, Inc., leading Quality of Life services company in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, delivers On-site Services in Corporate, Education, Health Care, Government, and Remote Site segments, as well as Benefits and Rewards Services and Personal and Home Services. Sodexo, Inc., headquartered in Gaithersburg, Md., funds all administrative costs for Sodexo Foundation, an independent charitable organization that, since its founding in 1999, has made more than $22 million in grants to end childhood hunger in America. The company's Better Tomorrow Plan adds a global approach to Sodexo's continuing commitment to improving the quality of life for customers in three key areas of the environment, health and wellness, and community development. Visit the corporate blog at to learn more.

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