Arconic Foundation partners with nonprofit and community organizations to strengthen its communities by enhancing education through skill-building learning experiences, promoting environmental sustainability, and advancing social equity. Arconic Foundation is independently endowed and invests in the communities of Arconic Corporation.
The work of Arconic Foundation is further enhanced by the thousands of Arconic employee volunteers who share their talents and time to make a difference in their communities.
Arconic Foundation Funding Priorities
Education: Arconic Foundation seeks partnerships to create skill-building learning experiences that enhance individual opportunity, specifically within STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) and manufacturing workforce development.
Environmental Sustainability: Arconic Foundation seeks partnerships to protect the world around us and ensure a sustainable future.
Social Equity: Arconic Foundation seeks partnerships that help build a more equitable society that reflects the diversity of all people.
Arconic Foundation invests in charitable organizations to further its mission and strengthen the communities where Arconic Corporation has a presence. Nonprofit partnerships are selected based on Arconic Foundation’s funding priorities, local needs, partner capacity and capability, and other factors.
When considering grant opportunities, Arconic Foundation seeks grant projects that:
will produce measurable, long-term results;
can be sustained over time without ongoing Arconic Foundation funding;
include employee engagement opportunities;
promote visibility through an effective communications strategy; and
demonstrate commitment to the inclusion of diverse and underserved populations
Grant applications to Arconic Foundation are by invitation only.
Organizations must meet the following basic requirements to be considered for an Arconic Foundation grant. This list of requirements is a summary and is not intended to be comprehensive.
Align with Arconic Foundation’s mission and funding priorities.
Serve communities in which Arconic has facilities or offices.
U.S. organizations must be classified by the United States Internal Revenue Service as not-for-profit public charities and tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code.
Non-U.S. organizations must operate as the equivalent of a U.S. 501(c)(3) public charity, public educational institution or government entity and must complete the required equivalency determination process to certify this status.
Public educational institutions and government entities may be eligible for funds, provided that the funds are used for charitable purposes.
Organizations must demonstrate a commitment to diversity and non-discrimination and sign the Arconic Foundation inclusivity statement.