Find out more about the organizations we’re proud to contribute to.

The Robert Irvine Foundation’s primary focus is giving back and supporting our military, (active, retired, and veterans), first responders, their families, and those in need through resiliency, health, and wellness programs, in addition to the financial support of top-rated military and first responder organizations. Our goal is to bridge the gap of our nation and the community we serve by creating awareness of the sacrifices made by our military personnel, first responders, and their families; and, in turn, inspire others to appreciate and support the men and women defending our freedom at home and abroad.

The Robert Irvine Foundation is a partner of Market Rebellion in the RALLY FOR VALOR program.

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis this organization has seen demand for food services spike by 410% and social services spike by 85% (compared to a typical 6-week time frame). Started 50 years ago by a group of Chicago neighbors, today, Lakeview Pantry employs 30 staff, has 4,000 volunteers, and serves 15 different neighborhoods throughout the north and west sides of the city. On a yearly basis, they provide over 10,000 unique individuals with 1.7 million meals through 50,000 site visits, as well as provide critical social services including mental health counseling, job search support, and crisis intervention.
Pete Najarian’s wife Lisa suffered over 16 years of ill health from an undiagnosed case of Lyme disease. This led her to launch the Twin Cities Lyme Foundation, which is dedicated to creating awareness and aid in early detection of a Lyme literate diagnosis of Lyme disease. It is estimated that there are over 300,000 Lyme disease cases every year, making it the sixth most common, reportable infectious disease in the U.S. – more than hepatitis C, HIV, colon cancer, and breast cancer, according to the CDC. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the COVID-19 virus is found to be more severe in patients who have other underlying health conditions, potentially putting people with Lyme disease at higher risk.
PAWS Chicago (Pets Are Worth Saving) is a national model in No Kill animal sheltering, committed to bringing an end to the killing of homeless cats and dogs. As Chicagoland’s largest No Kill shelter, and one of the largest in the nation, PAWS has helped to reduce the number of homeless pets killed in the city by 91% since its founding in 1997. In just 20 years, PAWS Chicago has grown from a grassroots organization to a national leader in the No Kill movement, guiding other communities in how to dramatically reduce the euthanasia of homeless cats and dogs. Charity Navigator, the nation’s largest independent evaluator, has rated PAWS Chicago at its highest 4-star ranking for 19 consecutive years—an accomplishment that less than 1% of the charities in the nation have reached.

The Navy SEAL Foundation (NSF) provides critical support for the warriors, veterans, and families of Naval Special Warfare. Established in 2000, NSF is a 501(c)(3) national nonprofit organization that provides a comprehensive set of over 30 essential programs for SEALs, SWCCs, veterans, and their families. Standing at the forefront of crucial care and support for this unique community, NSF helps keep our warriors strong, healthy, and in the fight – and is there to help them transition to successful careers in the civilian sector and help their families every step of the way. Under the tragic circumstances that a member of NSW does not come home, NSF is there to assist as well.

The Navy SEAL Foundation is a partner Market Rebellion in the RALLY FOR VALOR program.

Cradles to Crayons provides children from birth through age 12, living in homeless or low-income situations, with the essential items they need to thrive – at home, at school and at play. The kids they help don’t have shoes that fit. Or a coat warm enough to fend off winter winds. Or a backpack to carry their schoolbooks and supplies. Cradles to Crayons supplies these items free of charge by engaging and connecting communities – so that one day every child will have the essentials they need to feel safe, warm, ready to learn, and valued.