Amazon – Amazon offers several different grant options for nonprofits. They offer Kindles to underserved communities, give back to organizations through Amazon Local Love, and donate to nonprofits that aid in disaster relief.
American Eagle – American Eagle donates $25 gift cards to high school and college-sponsored events that have a charitable motive. They also make financial grants to select nonprofits that focus on conservation, women’s health, and youth empowerment.
Costco – Costco’s donation program is specifically directed at nonprofits that focus on kids, education, or health and human services. The organization must also be in the same neighborhood as a Costco store.
Dick’s Sporting Goods – Dick’s Sporting Goods offers cash donations and sponsorships to sports teams and leagues as well as outdoor recreational organizations in communities where they have a presence.
eBay – eBay makes donations to nonprofits through its “eBay for Charity” program. Sellers can choose to donate a portion of their item sales to certain nonprofits. Nonprofits can also host their online auctions on eBay’s site.
Gap – Gap offers matching grants, volunteer grants, and board service grants to nonprofits whenever a Gap employee donates to, volunteers with, or serves on the board of a charitable organization. Grant amounts range from $150 to $10,000.
JC Penney – JC Penney offers grants to nonprofits in the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, area. These nonprofits must serve the military or veterans, must focus on hunger or education, or have a mission related to health and welfare.
Johnson & Johnson – Johnson & Johnson’s corporate philanthropy efforts focus on improving the health of moms, infants, and children. They also support HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment for chronic conditions, and the healthcare workforce.