Archer Daniels Midland Company
Grants in support of agricultural development, sound environmental practices, and other areas of social investment
Principal Office: USA
The Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) is a multinational agribusiness corporation that processes corn (maize), oilseeds, wheat, and cocoa into food ingredients, animal feeds, and renewable fuels and chemicals.
ADM’s corporate social investment program “ADM Cares” makes grants in themes of agricultural development, sound environmental practices, education for children and young adults, and maintaining vibrant communities.
Grant Programs for Agriculture, Energy, Environment, Natural Resources
Community Giving. ADM Cares defines three focus areas.
Strong Roots — The area “Strong Roots” supports programs and projects in agricultural regions. This includes funding to promote sustainable agriculture and improved rural infrastructure.
Strong Bonds — This program area refers to the contributions of ADM’s personnel for local and international support in the form of cash gifts, in-kind contributions, and volunteer efforts.
Strong Communities — “Strong Communities” addresses needs in education, community support, and environment.
Eligibility for funding in ADM Cares extends to tax-exempt charitable organizations in the USA, and to equivalent charitable organizations in other countries. Grants range from less than US$50 thousand to several million dollars.
About the program
ADM Cares provides contact information.
About how to apply
Geographical Distribution of Grant Activities in Developing Countries
ADM Worldwide presents profiles of the company’s global operations.
The company’s corporate responsibility report includes information relevant to ADM’s grant making.
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