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C&S is proud to partner with highly effective and respected national nonprofit organizations and to make sustained investments in their work. Each of our partners was selected carefully for their dedication to causes we believe in and for their ability to change lives and communities.

Feeding America is the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization whose mission is to feed America’s hungry through a nationwide network of member food banks and engage our country in the fight to end hunger.

Share Our Strength is a national organization that works hard to make sure no kid in America grows up hungry. This powerhouse organization weaves together a net of community groups, activists and food programs to reach children at risk of hunger and surround them with nutritious food where they live, learn and play.


The Congressional Hunger Center is the foremost organization for anti-hunger leadership training in the United States. After nearly a year of service and total immersion at both the local and national level, young people graduate from the Center with new ideas and fresh approaches to alleviating hunger.

First Book provides access to new books for children in need. To date, First Book has distributed more than 118 million books to programs and schools serving children from low-income families throughout the United States and Canada. By making new, high-quality books available on an ongoing basis, First Book is transforming the lives of children in need and elevating the quality of education.


The United Way creates long-lasting community change by addressing the underlying causes of significant local issues. Common focus areas include helping children and youth achieve their potential, promoting financial stability and independence, and improving people’s health.


The Conservation Fund is dedicated to conserving land, protecting the environment and training leaders. To date, the Fund has helped protect more than 6 million acres, sustaining wild havens, working lands and vibrant communities.


Together with communities, FoodCorps serves to connect kids to healthy food in school. It recruits, trains and places AmeriCorps leaders into limited-resource schools for a year of public service where they teach hands-on lessons about food and nutrition; build and tend school gardens, and teach cooking lessons; and help change what’s on lunch trays, giving kids healthy food from local farms.