Providing emergency resources, increasing access to nutritious food, moving healthcare forward—these are some of the many ways our grantees strengthen communities. Explore their work below.
“During the pandemic, we saw a 220% increase in families turning to the Food Bank for the first time. We’re thankful to Oracle for standing by our side to help feed our most vulnerable neighbors and families who never imagined they would need a helping hand.”
Oracle is proud to support the mission of the National Museum of African American History and Culture as a Corporate Leadership Council member, gifting US$1 million over a five-year period.
Focuses on quality of life and continuity of care for children with illnesses that modern medicine cannot yet cure and those with chronic medical conditions.
Provides solutions and support for individuals experiencing homelessness in Silicon Valley, California.
Works toward creating happier and healthier childhoods for underprivileged children.
Around the globe, many of our grantees offer safety to vulnerable people by providing shelter, hygiene kits, meals, and other essential resources. One such grantee, A Precious Child, provides hundreds of disadvantaged children in Colorado with the assistance and resources they need to reach their full potential.
Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter
For 30 years, Oracle has supported food banks in the places we call home, including Central Texas Food Bank in Austin, Texas. Their services provide nourishment and food security to those in need, especially in times of emergency or hardship.
Alameda County Community Food Bank
Second Harvest of Silicon Valley
Riders for Health provides reliable transport for medicine, biological samples, and patients and delivers healthcare to communities no matter how distant or difficult to reach. Organizations such as Riders are critical to democratizing access to healthcare and furthering scientific understanding.
Photo credits: 1. Second Harvest of Silicon Valley; 2. Alan Karchmer/National Museum of African American History and Culture; 3. A Precious Child; 4. Central Texas Food Bank; 5. Riders for Health Nigeria