Our mission: The PwC Charitable Foundation, Inc., a section 501(c)(3) public charity, is powered by the knowledge, interests and goodwill of our people. The Foundation supports our people when in need and invests in non-profit organizations that are creating emerging solutions to society’s greatest challenges in education and humanitarianism. For more information, read our FY13 Report.
$19.4 million Foundation grant giving between 2001 and July 2013
Developing future leaders by helping students and teachers in the classroom through productive and disruptive innovators in the research and design of sustainable, scalable programs that will:
Providing grants year-round for the people of PwC (and their immediate families) in times of financial hardship resulting from health emergencies, damages during natural disasters, uninsured property loss, unexpected loss of a family member, or other challenging situations.
In addition to supporting the people of PwC in times of financial need, the Foundation has also developed two new programs that will offer broader support and recognition in times of success and remembrance:
Hurricane Sandy Fall 2012 – The People Who Care Fund provided $800,000 in grants for immediate emergency lodging, as well as hardship grants for individuals with longer term issues, to more than 300 of our people who were impacted. The Foundation also donated $500,000 to fund disaster response organizations in the affected areas.
$1.6M in disaster relief FY13 – both directly for our people through the People Who Care Fund and to nonprofits in the wake of disasters like Hurricane Sandy, the Oklahoma Tornados, and the Boston Marathon bombing:
The Foundation launched the Dollars for Doers program in 2012 to recognize the people of PwC for their volunteerism and reward the nonprofit organizations they support through matching grants. This program provides additional funding to eligible charities where PwC individuals donate at least 25 hours of their time. The Foundation’s grants will match the donated volunteer hours – up to $2,500 per volunteer per year ($1,500 for 100 hours of service, $500 for referring up to 4 people and $500 for a race or event). Eligible volunteer activities include tutoring, mentoring, providing financial management advice, and other hands-on activities that advance the mission of the charity.