BI-LO Gives Back
BI-LO is proud to give back and support community organizations throughout our local communities.
We are a part of the communities we serve and are honored to be in a position to help others – simply said, that’s what good neighbors do.
BI-LO is committed to supporting the neighborhoods we serve through:
Sponsorships: To submit a sponsorship proposal for a neighborhood event, program, venue, youth athletic team or club, please reach out to your local BI-LO Store Director to present an opportunity for his/her consideration. Or, you may submit a proposal online at https://blhsponsorship.sponsor.com.
Please note we do not accept sponsorship proposals or pitches via mail, phone, fax or email; and require a minimum of six months’ lead time for sponsorships that involve marketing activation.
Foundation Grants: The mission of the Southeastern Grocers Foundation is to help launch or facilitate sustainable programs that alleviate hunger directly or enhance hunger-related education or health initiatives. In addition, the foundation provides immediate assistance to communities in our footprint that may suffer from the effects of natural disasters. The foundation partners with non-profit organizations benefiting the residents of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee on programming efforts that touch thousands of lives. The annual deadline for grant applications is June 30th. Submit a grant application online at the Grant Application Portal
Applications received after the deadline will not be considered. All applications must be submitted online - we do not accept mailed, emailed, faxed or hand delivered submissions.
For a list of the 2014 foundation grant award recipients please click here.
Gift Card Donations: Requests for store gift card donations should be directed in writing to your local BI-LO Store Director.
For additional information on purchasing bulk gift cards please click here.
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