FCA Foundation: Grants for K-12 Education

OVERVIEW: The FCA Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. This foundation prioritizes funding K-12 programs through its education and youth development initiatives.  

IP TAKE: The FCA Foundation supports K-12 education and youth development, prioritizing at-risk populations and the communities in which FCA operates. This foundation does not does not accept grant applications.

PROFILE: Headquartered in Auburn Hills, Michigan, the FCA Foundation was established by the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Company as a means of “rebalancing inequalities to promote the full realization of every human being. It aims to support youth development, education, military and veterans causes, and volunteerism in the communities of its employees and across the United States.

In 2017, the supported education with over $800,000 in grants. Among these were a $250,000 award to Communities in Schools, a program that provides support to vulnerable students in over 2,000 schools in 25 states, and a $50,000 award to Women of Tomorrow, a scholarship and mentoring program for at-risk high school girls. More than half of the organizations funding is directed at organizations that serve the southeastern Michigan area, where FCA is based.

Applications to this funder are accepted by invitation only.

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