There are no more active grants from this agency.
The Fidelity Foundation seeks to provide grants to nonprofits that operate in the following areas: Arts and culture, community development and social services, health, and education. The majority of our education funding is employee-driven through Fidelity Investments’ Matching Gifts to Education program: The Foundation matches charitable contributions made by eligible full-time Fidelity employees to qualified educational institutions.
The Foundation generally supports organizations that have 501(c)(3) status as defined by the Internal Revenue Code. Grants are generally made only to organizations with operating budgets of $500,000 or more. In addition, grants are made to fund only significant, transformative projects usually budgeted at $50,000 or more. Other restrictions include:
- Grants are not made to start-up, sectarian or civic organizations; public school systems; disease-specific associations; or individuals.
- Grants are not made for operating support, sponsorships, galas or benefits, scholarships, corporate memberships, or video and film projects.
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