For over two decades, OFRF has been working to advance organic agriculture across the U.S. by funding scientific research, advocating for organic farmers in Washington, D.C. and providing educational resources to further the success of organic farmers. Thank you to everyone who has made a contribution in support of our work.
Organic Valley is America’s largest cooperative of organic farmers and one of the nation’s leading organic brands. Organized in 1988, it represents more than 1,800 farmers in 36 states.
Philanthropic Ventures Foundation, a public charity based in the Bay Area, was founded in 1991 to test new approaches to creative grantmaking and to maximize the impact of the philanthropic dollar.
Since 1972, Cascadian Farm has grown beyond its original farm and is recognized as a pioneer in converting conventional farms to organic. They farm in a way that helps to preserve the soil, and safeguards the rivers and streams, working in harmony with the land.
The Lattner Family Foundation works to make a significant difference by supporting creative and innovative programs that encourage hope and personal responsibility in their chosen areas of giving.
Marisla Foundation is a Laguna Beach-based funder with two main grant programs, one of which is an environment program devoted almost entirely to marine conservation. Numerous other grants go to international groups, nationwide conservation groups, and smaller local projects.
United Natural Foods, Inc. carries and distributes more than 85,000 products to more than 40,000 customer locations throughout the United States and Canada. They serve a wide variety of retail formats including conventional supermarket chains, natural product superstores, independent retail operators and the food service channel.
Whole Foods Market seeks out the finest natural and organic foods available, maintains the strictest quality standards in the industry, and has an unshakeable commitment to sustainable agriculture.
Clif Bar Family Foundation was started in 2006 to support grassroots groups with inspiring ideas and limited funds. They believe in the wisdom of starting small, seeing what works, and growing it genuinely.
Gaia Fund is a San Francisco-based family foundation that began awarding charitable grants in 1995. It was established by Christine Russell and Mark Schlesinger, who serve as its sole trustees and set grantmaking priorities.