Boeing Charitable Contributions
Boeing is committed to improving the quality of life in communities where their employees live and work through community investments.
Boeing partners with nonprofit organizations, schools, and others to work on projects that are strategically focused on a few key areas that can have a measurable impact. They focus their community involvement in five U.S. Focus Areas: education, health and human services, arts and culture, civic, and the environment.
Types of Support
Boeing provides grants as well as donates surplus goods (e.g., computers and office equipment) to organizations within their five major areas of support. These services include loaned employees, printing, graphics, technical support and transportation.
Grant Size$1000 to $100000
Requirements & Limitations
Interested applicants should consider the following:
- Organizations must be an IRS 501 (c)(3) qualified charitable or educational organization, or an accredited K-12 educational institution.
- Individuals or families will not be supported.
- Religious activities, in whole or in part, for the purpose of furthering religious doctrine are not funded.
- Boeing generally does not fund memorials or endowments.
- Boeing does not fund general operating expenses, political candidates or organizations, or travel expenses.
All applications must be submitted electronically. To begin the application process, visit the Boeing website:
- Take the eligibility quiz.
- Create a password.
- Complete and submit the online application.
Inquiries and correspondence should occur with the applicant's regional or state Boeing office. For individual office addresses and phone numbers check the website.
To be considered for funding in Colorado during the current year, applications must be received by June 30. Requests submitted after October 31 will not be considered until the following January.
Boeing invests in programs that protect and conserve the natural environment. To protect and conserve the environment, we seek innovative programs that facilitate the development of integrated plans for acquisition and restoration of natural assets; protect critical natural assets; restore and improve critical habitat; and train citizens to protect and conserve the environment.
Grant 1Grantee: Wetlands Research Program at the Bolsa Chica Conservancy, Huntington Beach, CA
Purpose: The program's mission is to advocate the restoration and preservation of the Bolsa Chica Wetlands through public outreach, participation, education and leadership. It is comprised of a coalition of responsible community leaders from science, business, education and government.
Grant 2Grantee: Children's Nature Institute, Santa Monica, CA
The program based its educational component on a hand-on early science curriculum that would bring children in touch with nature. Funding was given for the CNI Wonder Mobile, which visits classrooms to increase the impact of science lessons. The CNI Naturalist brings birds, mammals and insects units to life using a wide variety of animal specimens.