Corporate FAQs

    Harris Teeter believes in giving back to the communities it serves. To help us accomplish this goal we focus our giving on five main areas: eliminating hunger, educating children, promoting children’s wellness, non-profit partnerships and disaster relief.

    Does your organization have the same vision?

    If so, please plan ahead. Submit your request at least 6 weeks prior to the date you need to confirm your sponsors. To complete the request you will need to state what you would like Harris Teeter to donate (cash, product, gift cards); the date you need the contribution; and a copy of your 501(c)(3) status.

    Proposals exceeding $5,000 are reviewed annually and need to reach us by Aug 1 in order to be considered for the upcoming fiscal year.

    When supporting our focus areas, we prefer to give directly to a non-profit organization with a specific project rather than fundraising efforts such as golf tournaments, dinners, or advertising. Harris Teeter can not contribute to individuals, deficit reduction or operating reserves; trips, tours or student exchange programs; or fund drives conducted by religious or political organizations; or scholarship funds outside of Harris Teeter’s own program.

    Check out more information here.

    Over the years, Harris Teeter has allowed non-profit organizations to solicit funds in front of stores in many neighborhoods through out the south east. The funds collected help to improve our communities and provide additional funding for special projects for groups such as the Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts of America and the Salvation Army.

    You can email us using the contact us link on our website, call us a 1-800-432-6111, option 3 or mail us at:

    Harris Teeter Inc.

    Attn: Customer Relations

    PO Box 10100

    Matthews, NC 28106-0100

    Harris Teeter believes in getting involved in our communities. While we strive to help as many organizations and the people they serve as possible, we can’t meet everyone’s needs so we have focused our giving into three main areas:

    Eliminating Hunger

    Educating Children

    Serving a Specific Community Needs