- Thrive Stories
- Corporate Giving
- Cargill Volunteers
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- We are no longer subsistence producers
- The Nourishing the Future Program Builds Resilience Among Tilapia and Pig Producers in Honduras
- Learning the Field: How Digital Agricultural Tools Are Improving Farmer Welfare in Turkey
- Nourishing the Future by Building Resilient Agricultural Communities in Central America
- Helping the Houston community gain access to a balanced diet
- Cargill’s Fast Response to Small African Food Processors During COVID Helped Them
- Hatching new plans: How a survivor of gender-based violence launched a thriving poultry business
- Fueling the Minds of India’s Next Generation: The Importance of the Midday Meal
- Research & Development
- Workplace Safety
Building vibrant communities through economic development, partnerships, philanthropy and employee volunteerism.
Cargill is committed to conducting business with integrity, operating responsibly, enriching communities and nourishing the world.
In the fiscal year 2021, Cargill provided $110.5 million in total charitable contributions in 56 countries to support our communities. Cargill businesses and employee-led groups partner with local civic, nonprofit and non-governmental organizations on programs and projects that improve food security and nutrition; support human rights, equity and inclusion; strengthen farmer livelihoods; and advance our commitments in the areas of land use, water and climate.
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Cargill invests in local communities through economic development, partnerships and giving combined with the volunteer efforts of our employees.
Cargill and Cruyff Foundation build first Cruyff Court in Sub-Saharan Africa
The Cruyff Foundation, in collaboration with Cargill and the Tema Metropolitan Assembly, has built a state-of-the-art Cruyff Court in Tema, Ghana, where sports and game activities will be deployed for children and young people.
Educating children to help whole cocoa communities thrive
In cocoa-growing communities, investing in education pays dividends far beyond the classroom. When children go to school and adults get training, the surrounding communities benefit in myriad ways.
Making a difference in cocoa: A new crop of leaders graduates from the Coop Academy
With their diplomas in hand, recent graduates from Cargill’s on-the-job development program for cocoa cooperative managers are set to transform their businesses, bring sustainable products to world markets and help their communities prosper.
She manages vision loss. He navigates ADHD. Here’s how Cargill helps them (and others) thrive at work.
Two Cargill employees share their experiences managing their disabilities at work.
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Her first management role? At age 20 during a deployment to Kuwait. Meet Cargill veteran Liz Lindskoog.
Liz is an IT product manager by day and a U.S. Army Reserve member by night.
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CLAP program gives cocoa farmers land ownership documents and peace of mind
CLAP is a partnership between high-quality field data solutions provider Meridia, the Ivorian government, and cocoa industry companies like Cargill to help farmers gain clear land ownership documents – a process that can often be cumbersome and expensive.
Cargill Global Scholars
The Cargill Global Scholars program provides financial support and leadership development opportunity to undergraduate students from around the world. Visit the Cargill Global Scholars website.
Cargill Cares Councils
Through more than 350 Cargill Cares Councils, our employees around the world contribute millions of dollars and lend more than 100,000 hours of their time and talent to volunteer activities that have a local impact.