Corporate Support

Thousands of people need our help each year. By partnering with Manna, your business and employees will join a longstanding effective organization that’s been fighting hunger in our community for more than 34 years. We offer several opportunities to be involved!   

Cause Marketing

Cause marketing partnerships with Manna will help your business reach customers and promote their brand while supporting the fight against hunger. Let us work with you to develop joint messaging, community events and grassroots fundraising that are essential to reducing hunger in the community. Our corporate partnership program offers a comprehensive package of engagement opportunities that will showcase your brand to Manna supporters as well as the general public.

In-Kind Donations

Manna is in need of in-kind donated services or products to help keep our costs down. In-kind donations from corporate partners are an efficient and easy way to help, and may be tax-deductible. Will you consider donating advertising placements, event space, professional and creative services or office supplies? If so, please fill out the form here and tell us what you have to offer. 

Team-build through Volunteering 

Manna specializes in hands-on group volunteering, offering businesses a way to demonstrate corporate social responsibility in a fun way.  We’ll work with you to create employee volunteer opportunities that fit your philanthropic needs. Companies may volunteer bi-weekly, monthly, quarterly, or annually.

Donation Dropoffs

Manna is a local grassroots organization fighting hunger in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties. We provide groceries directly to individuals and families in need.  •  Our services are all offered free of charge. We receive no government funding and have no national affiliation. Most of our funding comes from individuals, foundations, faith-based organizations, corporations, and businesses. Manna is nonsectarian, community focused and volunteer supported.  •  We believe every person has a right to live free of hunger and to be treated with respect and dignity.