President's Circle

Partnership Recognition Program

We deeply appreciate the broad spectrum of support from the community including our corporate, foundation, government/civic donors. Our President’s Circle donor recognition program incorporates levels of partnership and corresponding recognition. These levels reflect cumulative financial contributions, product donations, in-kind support/services, matching gift programs, and volunteer service for fiscal year 2015-2016. We thank you!

Humanitarian Partners  |  Mission Partners  |  Signature Partners  |  Philanthropic Partners

Top Financial, Food, & Volunteer Partners for Fiscal Year 2015-2016

Individual Gift Donors  |  Media Partners  |  Social Media Ambassadors


Humanitarian Partners

Humanitarian Partners have made cumulative contributions in excess of
$200,000 or a minimum of 1 million pounds of food within fiscal year 2015-2016.


ABC11 Eyewitness News

ABC 11 LogoABC11 is proud of the long partnership with the Food Bank that includes the Heart of Carolina Food Drive. Over the last 28 years, the drive has collected over 41 million pounds of food.

B & B Produce Inc.

B&B Produce is proud to work with the Food Bank to ensure no one goes hungry in central and eastern North Carolina.

Bimbo Bakeries

Bimbo_Bakeries_USA_(logo)_BW.pngRecognizing that millions go hungry every day, we at Bimbo Bakeries USA are committed to helping those organizations who work to end hunger through financial support, product donations and volunteer opportunities.

Butterball Turkey Company

butterball logoButterball proudly supports local community needs through financial and in-kind donations, and partners with national and local nonprofit organizations such as the Food Bank.

Cisco Systems

Cisco LogoLast year, Cisco Systems employees, the Cisco Systems Foundation, and TOSA Foundation contributed $460,000 in employee donations and matching gifts to the Food Bank, adding to its $5.5 million investment over the last 20 years.

·         Butterball proudly supports local community needs through financial and in-kind donations, and partners with national and local nonprofit organizations such as the Food Bank.

Food Lion Feeds

Food Lion FeedsFood Lion Feeds efforts are mainly focused on hunger relief because we believe no one should have to choose between dinner and rent, or gasoline and groceries. In 2014, Food Lion Feeds announced a commitment to donate more than 500 million meals by the end of 2020 and to date, the company has donated more than 100 million meals.

Full House Farms

Full House Farms is proud to work with the Food Bank to ensure no one goes hungry in central and eastern North Carolina.

Harris Teeter

Harris-Teeter-Stacked-Pharmacy-Tag_BW.pngHarris Teeter is committed to fighting hunger and raising awareness for hunger issues. We are extremely proud to continue our partnership with the Food Bank to eliminate hunger not only during the holidays but throughout the entire year.

Jackson Farming Company

Jackson Farming Company logoJackson Farming Company, founded in 1981, is a family-owned and operated business, located in the heart of Sampson County near Fayetteville, NC.

 

John Bone Farm

John Bone Farm is proud to work with the Food Bank to ensure no one goes hungry in central and eastern North Carolina.

Kroger

Kroger_s_Food_Store_BW.pngKroger is committed to ending hunger in communities across America, which is why it’s proud to partner with the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina to help improve our local Triangle community.

Lowes Foods

Lowes_Foods_Logo_FINAL_PRIMARY_BW.pngLowes Foods is proud to work with the Food Bank on Bag Childhood Hunger to support the Weekend Power Pack program and Friends Feeding Friends, the largest food drive in the Carolinas.

Moore's Produce

Moore's Produce is proud to work with the Food Bank to ensure no one goes hungry in central and eastern North Carolina.

Mount Olive Pickle Co.

MTOLIVE_Logo-1_BW.pngIn 2016, Mt. Olive celebrates 90 years of packing pickles. We are proud to be a Humanitarian Partner with the Food Bank, contributing 4,866,058 pounds of food in the last five years.

Reser’s Fine Foods

Resers LogoAt Reser’s, serving others comes naturally. Over the past six decades, we’ve made contributions to worthy causes in communities across the US. As a Humanitarian partner, we donated more than 1 million pounds of food to the Food Bank last year.

Society of St. Andrew

Society of St Andrew LogoThe Society of St. Andrew operates a Gleaning Network that coordinates with farmers, packing houses, volunteers, and feeding agencies to rescue fresh produce and feed hungry North Carolinians.

Walmart

Walmart LogoIn 2014, Walmart, Sam’s Club, and the Walmart Foundation gave donations totaling $51.6 million to North Carolina organizations including the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina.

William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust

William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable TrustThe William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust is proud to support the Food Bank in its mission to ensure no one goes hungry in central and eastern North Carolina. 


Mission Partners

Mission Partners have made cumulative contributions between $100,000 - $199,999 within fiscal year 2015-2016.

BASF

BASF logo
Bayer USA Foundation

Bayer Crop Science Logo
Biogen Foundation

Biogen Foundation

 

Signature Partners

Signature Partners have made cumulative contributions between $50,000 - $99,999 within fiscal year 2015-2016.

Credit Suisse Americas Foundation
Cummins
Eddie & Jo Allison Smith Family Foundation
John Deere Foundation
Kids 'n' Community Foundation
Nationwide Insurance Foundation via Feeding America
NetAPP
Raleigh News & Observer
United Way of the Cape Fear Region


Philanthropic Partners

Philanthropic Partners have made cumulative contributions between $10,000 - $49,999 within fiscal year 2015-2016.

Allscripts
Allstate Foundation via Feeding America
Anonymous (5)
Bank of America Charitable Foundation
Battelle/Columbus Foundation
BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina
CAHEC Foundation
Cameron Charitable Trust
Cape Fear Memorial Foundation
CarolinaEast Foundation
Caterpillar Foundation via Feeding America
City of Wilmington
Clay Foundation East
ConAgra Foods Foundation
Corning, Inc. Foundation
Croasdaile Village Residents Association
Delta Air Lines
Dude Solutions
Duke Energy
Eshelman Foundation
Firewurst
General Mills, Inc. via Feeding America
Genworth Foundation via Feeding America
GlaxoSmithKline
Golden Corral Fund, Triangle Community Foundation
Grainger Foundation
Hamsa Foundation
James J. & Mamie R. Perkins Charitable Trust
John W. Roffe and Marjorie A. Roffe Endowment (for Moore County), a fund of the North Carolina Community Foundation
John William Pope Foundation
Kellogg Co.
Kraft Foods via Feeding America
Metlife Foundation via Feeding America
Mildred Sheffield Wells Charitable Trust
Mims Distributing Company
NC Retail Merchants Association
Norfolk Southern Foundation
Oak Foundation
Pampered Chef
PepsiCo Foundation
Preferred Carolina Realty
Railinc Corporation
RJM Foundation
RNDC South Carolina, LLC
RTI International
TD Charitable Foundation
TJX Foundation
Tyson Foods Foundation
USAA Foundation
Vertex Railcar
Vidant Medical Center Foundation
Vivian West Memorial Fund
Waste Industries, LLC
Wells Fargo Foundation
White Memorial Presbyterian Church
William C. Ethridge Foundation
Woodforest Charitable Foundation
Yardi


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Top Partners

We are grateful to our top partners in the categories of financial donations, food industry donations, and volunteers for the previous fiscal year of 2015-2016.

Top Financial Partners Top Food Industry Partners Top Volunteer Partners
Walmart 
Cisco Systems
William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust
Food Lion Feeds
Biogen Foundation
Bayer USA Foundation
BASF
Harris Teeter
Credit Suisse Americas Foundation
Nationwide Insurance Foundation
Eddie & Jo Allison Smith Family Foundation

Food Lion Feeds
Walmart/Sam's
Mt Olive Pickle Co
Society of St Andrew
Bimbo Bakeries
Harris Teeter
Reser's Fine Foods
John Bone Farms
Full House Farms
B & B Produce Inc.
Butterball Turkey Company

Cisco Systems
SAS
Activate Good
Credit Suisse Americas
NetApp
Food Lion Feeds
Junius H Rose High School
NCSU
New Bern High School
ARC of Wake County

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Media Partners

We are grateful to our Media Partners:

News and Observer Logo
The News & Observer
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The Herald Sun
The Pilot
The Pilot
Daily Reflector
The Daily Reflector

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Individual Gift Donors

In addition, we wish to thank the thousands of individual donors who send gifts large and small throughout high and low economic times to ensure that families, children, and seniors have enough to eat. Without their support, we would not be able to carry out our mission.

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Social Media Ambassadors

SMA LogoOur Social Media Ambassadors carry out the message of our mission through their social networks. Comprised of social media professionals, technology enthusiasts & networked individuals, these folks volunteer for the Food Bank by utilizing their online communities to help promote Food Bank activities and events.
View our current Social Media Ambassadors.

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