As a homegrown, locally owned grocer, Lowes Foods is committed to giving back to the communities we serve in North and South Carolina. Below are the causes that Lowes Foods prioritizes for support.
Lowes Foods is unable to fulfill requests for funding individuals, trips, tours or student exchange programs or fund drives conducted for political organizations.
To reach the most people as efficiently as possible, we direct our home office donations through Feeding America. We support two major food drives throughout the year, Friends Feeding Friends in November and December and Bag Childhood Hunger in June. Friends Feeding Friends is the largest Food drive in the Carolinas. All donations stay in the local community. If you are a non-profit and you are interested in donations for a food bank you are starting, please reach out to the Feeding America branch in your area. If you have a non-profit and are inquiring about over-produced items in our fresh department, please contact your store directly.
If you are looking for a donation for an elementary or secondary school, click here to learn more.
We allow Girl Scouts to sell cookies in front of our stores during the months of January and March. We allow Boy Scouts to sell popcorn during the months of September and October. If you are requesting a time at one of our stores, we provide links on this page to sign up on December 1st for Girl Scouts and August 1st for Boy Scouts.
If you are requesting a product donation, please contact the Store Manager where you shop. All product donations are made through our stores.
We have a no-solicitation policy. We do not allow organizations to request donations, sell items, or sell tickets for drawings in front of our stores.
If you have a request that does not fall into one of the categories above, please fill out this survey. We evaluate these every thirty days. Preference is given to requests which support feeding the hungry or nutrition in North and South Carolina. All requesting organizations must be registered 501(c)(3).