At Dollar General, we believe our business should reflect the diverse communities where our customers live and work. This comes to life through the employees we hire, the products we carry, and a diverse network of suppliers and service providers with whom we partner.
With approximately 75% of Americans living within five miles of a Dollar General store, we have stores conveniently located in small towns and communities across the country. While we aim to deliver a consistent shopping experience, each of our more than 19,000 stores reflects its local community and aim to provide affordable and convenient access to relevant products to meet that community’s needs.
Our diverse supplier network makes that possible, ensuring we offer the right products for all the customers we serve. We are committed to working with our suppliers and service providers to build customer loyalty, offer relevant products, and positively contribute to our local communities.
Dollar General considers a diverse supplier as a U.S. owned business with at least 51% ownership and operation led by a female, minority, LGBTQIA+ community member, veteran, and/or a person with a disability.
Dollar General considers a diverse supplier a U.S. owned business that is at least 51% owned and operated by a woman, ethnic minority, member of the LGBTQ community, veteran, or a person with a disability.
We partner with national organizations to help further our initiatives and advance our diverse supplier network. Dollar General diverse suppliers must be certified through one of the following organizations:
If you share our passion to serve a diverse customer base seeking affordable access to quality products, we want to hear from you! If you are a provider of:
Goods for resale in store
Goods or services not for resale
DG’s Mission of Serving Others
Learn more about being a DGpartner
Sustainable Supply Chain Finance Program
For general questions outside of applying as a new supplier, please send an email: