Wednesday, February 22, 2006

A Response from Kraft

Thank you for visiting

Kraft Foods has a long history of contributing funds, food and employee support to organizations in communities around the world.

In order for your event to be considered, your organization should have a program that supports one of Kraft Foods' focus areas. Then, you must respond to an invitation and/or an online Request for Proposal (RFP). Kraft Foods makes grants to organizations that address focus area needs or specifically targeted needs in the communities in which our employees live and work and where we source our supplies. Kraft Foods also supports to a limited degree other community and civic organizations.

For more information on how to determine whether your organization or project fits into Kraft's funding criteria, please visit:

The Request for Proposal (RFP) process is an online process designed to allow both prospective applicant organizations and our staff to maximize their time and resources in the grant making process. In the current challenging economic environment, the process becomes highly competitive and the end result is that there are many valuable and worthwhile proposals that Kraft Foods is unfortunately not able to support. For the current RFP schedule, go to

Thank you for contacting us and please add our site to your favorites and visit us again soon!
Kim McMiller
Associate Director, Consumer Relations


Translation: You punks aren't eating on our dime.


Blogger Scott Knaster said...

Impedance mismatch here. They have obviously mistaken 24HoTV for something socially redeeming.


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