Over the past few months we published multiple lists of companies which provide volunteer grants of more than $15 per hour. You can review our previous posts at
HCR ManorCare offers both an employee matching gift and volunteer grant program. After an employee volunteer for 20 hours, he or she can request a volunteer grant of $500 for the organization.
View additional details on HCR ManorCare’s volunteer grant program.
Campbell Soup Company
The Campbell Soup Company provides volunteer grants worth $20 per hour. For every 25 hours which an employee volunteers, the company will provide a $500 grant. Employees can apply for multiple grants each year.
The Campbell Soup Company also matches employee donations to educational institutions.
View additional details on Campbell Soup’s volunteer grant program.
AMD offers multiple types of volunteer grants.
Through the company’s Grant Incentives for Volunteer Efforts (GIVE) program, the company provides volunteer grants of $15 per hour up to $3,000 annually. The program is open to U.S. and Canadian employees as well as their spouses.
AMD also offers Team Development Grants. When teams of five or more AMD employees volunteer together, they can apply for an additional $500 grant. Click here to learn about similar companies which offer team volunteer grants.
AMD also matches donations made to most nonprofits so the impact of employee contributions is doubled.
View additional details on AMD’s volunteer grant program.
Levi Strauss provides volunteer grants of $20 per hour. Employees are required to volunteer for a minimum of 10 hours before they can request a volunteer grant. Above 10 hours, there are the following tiers multiple tiers:
10 hours = $200 grant (minimum)
20 hours = $400 grant
40 hours = $800 grant
80 hours = $1200 grant
100 hours = $1600 grant
120 hours = $2000 grant
140 hours = $2400 grant (maximum)
Levi Strauss also matches donations to almost all nonprofit organizations.
View additional details on Levi Strauss’s volunteer grant program.
Peabody Energy Corporation
Peabody Energy not only matches employee donations to nearly all nonprofits dollar for dollar, but the company also provides volunteer grants worth $25 per hour up to $1,000 per employee annually. There are four thresholds which employees can meet:
10 hours = $250 grant
20 hours = $500 grant
30 hours = $750 grant
40 hours = $1000 grant
View additional details on Peabody Energy’s volunteer grant program.
Through Symantec’s Dollars for Doers program, Symantec encourages employees to volunteer on a regular basis by offering grants of $15 per volunteer hour. Symantec provides up to $1,000 in volunteer grants per employee each year.
Additionally, the company also matches donations up to $1,000 per employee each year.
View additional details on Symantec’s volunteer grant program.
Hospital Corporation of America (HCA)
Hospital Corporation of America offers multiple types of volunteer grants for employees who volunteer in their communities.
- Through HCA’s Dollars for Board Service, HCA provides $500 grants when an employee serves on a nonprofit’s board.
- Through HCA’s Dollars for Doers program, HCA awards $500 grants to nonprofits when an employee volunteers for at least 25 hours.
- Through the Team HCA Project, the company is willing to provide up to $500 in funding for materials when a group of HCA employees volunteer together with a nonprofit.
As an added bonus, the top ten nonprofits based on the total number of volunteer hours registered receive a $1,000 bonus grant each year.
View additional details on HCA’s volunteer grant program.
Thomson Reuters provides grants to nonprofits where employees volunteer for at least 20 hours in a year. There are two thresholds:
- 20-39 hours = $500 grant for the nonprofit
- 40+ hours = $1,000 grant for the nonprofit
Additionally, Thomson Reuters matches employee gifts to nonprofits at a 1:1 ratio.
View additional details on Thomson Reuters’ volunteer grant program.
FBR’s Giving Incentives for Volunteer Efforts (GIVE) Program provides FBR Capital with an opportunity to show its support for the volunteer activities of its employees. For every hour that an employee volunteers at a non-profit organization, FBR will donate $20 to that organization up to 50 hours or $1,000 per year.
FBR Capital also matches employee donations up to $1,000 annually at a dollar for dollar ratio. Any donations above $1,000 are eligible for the company’s incentive match program where the company provides a 10% match.
View additional details on FBR Capital’s volunteer grant program.
SAP supplements the contributions of SAP employees who volunteer their time to
nonprofit organizations with monetary grants. The grant per hour varies based upon the role the employee plays. The three levels are:
- Level 1: If you serve on a nonprofit board, your time is matched with a $20 grant per hour.
- Level 2: If you provide hands-on volunteer service, your time is matched with a $40 grant per hour volunteered.
- Level 3: If you provide emergency services, your time is matched with a $60 grant per volunteer hour.
In addition to the volunteer grants, through SAP’s Dollars for Dollars (SAP$4$) Program, the company matches employee donations to nearly every nonprofit.
There is a $10,000 combined limit for both SAP’s Dollars for Dollars and Dollars for Doers programs.
View additional details on SAP’s volunteer grant program.
John Wiley & Sons
Employees at John Wiley & Sons are eligible to request volunteer grants of up to $500 annually. There are two different levels of volunteer grants.
- 12-30 hours = $250 grants
- 30+ hours = $500 grants
John Wiley & Sons also offers a matching gift program where the double donations made by employees up to $2,000 annually.
View additional details on John Wiley & Sons’ volunteer grant program.
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