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Corporate partners are a cornerstone of Community Servings' support. We recognize that effective partnerships with corporate and foundation funders is essential to our success and ability to carry out our mission. Corporations give generously to help us feed our sick and hungry neighbors through grants and sponsorship of our special events. They also give generously of their time and talent by sending volunteers to lend a hand in our kitchen or on our delivery vans through our "Adopt-A-Shift" program or by volunteering on one of our committees.


Below is a partial list of our corporate partners:

AGAR Supply
American Express
AVON Foundation
Bank of America
The Baupost Group
Be Our Guest
BlueCross BlueShield of Massachusetts
Blue Hills Bank
BNY Mellon
Biogen Idec
Boston Capital
Boston Private Bank & Trust Company
Boston Properties - The Shops at Prudential
Citizens Bank
Coldwell Banker Cares Inc, Foundation
Dickinson Associates
Dunkin' Brands
Eastern Bank
FarmHouse Studios
Genzyme Corporation
Gourmet Caterers
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
Harvard Clinical Research Institute
Irving House at Harvard
John Hancock Financial Services
The Langham, Boston
Liberty Mutual
Longfellow Benefits
M.A.C. AIDS Fund
Macy's East
Novo Nordisk
O'Neill and Associates
Procter & Gamble
Ralph Lauren
The SAP Charitable Fund
Shawmut Design & Construction
Simon Pearce
Sovereign Bank
Suffolk Construction's Red & Blue Foundation
State Street Bank
State Street Foundation
Tiffany & Co.
TJX Foundation
Valley Crest Landscape Development
Walmart Foundation
Winston Flowers
Wojciechowski Design


Funder Profile

The Walmart Foundation and the company’s Massachusetts Advisory Council began supporting Community Servings' Nutrition Program for Families and Individuals Affected by an Acute Life-Threatening Illness in 2010.  The Foundation’s support was part of a state-wide philanthropic commitment to hunger relief.  This past year, The Walmart Foundation renewed their partnership Community Servings, helping us provide more than 400,000 meals to more than 1,300 individuals, children and family members affected by such critical illnesses as HIV/AIDS, breast and other cancers, multiple sclerosis and renal kidney failure. 92% of those served were living in poverty.  We are grateful for the Foundation’s commitment to serve the region’s most hungry and nutritionally vulnerable: the poor who are critically ill. 


Community Servings is excited to announce that we were the first nonprofit in Massachusetts to create a profile on The Giving Common which is an initiative of the Boston Foundation. The Giving Common is a free online resource for philanthropic activities.