During our second annual Week of Giving, more than 1,150 of our partners in 11 countries volunteered 2,750+ hours across more than 80 organizations – all in one week. They donated thousands of items, united by one vision: Doing good through food.® 

Doing good through food®

Together, Schreiber and the Schreiber Foods Foundation provide support to charitable organizations and programs that address food insecurity and basic needs in our communities.

As a leader in the food industry, we’re excited to be able to give back beyond funding so we can maximize our impact and do good through food.

We’re committed to making a difference in the communities where our partners work, live and play.

Through the Schreiber Foods Foundation, we strengthen our community by awarding grants to charitable organizations that address basic needs. We focus our philanthropic support in areas of food, housing and education.

We support our partners and community efforts with product donations for community events, fundraisers, and other charitable efforts.

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Thousands of campers and youth with disabilities are enjoying a much-needed new dining space at Camp Barnabas in Purdy, Missouri, thanks largely to a grant from the Schreiber Foods Foundation.

As the camp has grown throughout the years, the dining hall could no longer efficiently serve the needs of campers and staff.

Now the camp has different dining structures that help them prep special diets and have the appropriate equipment to serve their camper population.

A small truck that can feed thousands

A truck seems like a big donation. When it comes to helping those in need in Carthage, Missouri, it’s huge.

“Crosslines Ministry is so grateful to Schreiber for funding the purchase of this box truck!” wrote Toni Smith, Executive Director at Crosslines Ministry. “We would stand out in the rain and physically unload each and every box off of a pallet then re-unload them back at Crosslines. No more standing in the rain, the snow, or out in the cold for extended amounts of time loading and unloading our pickup truck.”

As one of the grants from the annual distribution through the Schreiber Foundation, Schreiber purchased a box truck with hydraulic lift for Crosslines Ministries in Carthage. They previously used a small, uncovered pickup truck to receive their donations.

“When a store like Sam’s Club says, ‘We have food,’ you have to go get it,” said Bob Goar, Plant Manager at Carthage and board member at Crosslines. “Otherwise, someone else will. Now they can load full pallets right on the truck and won’t miss out on donations.”

A colossal accomplishment

After several years and thousands of hours of excavating, cleaning, planning, 3D printing and assembling, Henry the triceratops is finally standing tall at the Missouri Institute of Natural Science.

It wouldn’t be possible without the dedication of one of our Missouri team members, Daniel. The Schreiber Foods Foundation also awarded the museum a grant to create a new space dedicated to education.