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Deloitte Foundation local impact grants

Investing in education and equity

The Deloitte Foundation collaborates with Deloitte local leaders to identify and support select US education nonprofits that help prepare racially and ethnically diverse students and young women for the future of work and meaningful careers in business, accounting and STEM.

Driving local impact

The Deloitte Foundation* is focused on driving change at the intersection of education and equity to help prepare the next generation of diverse business leaders for the future of work. At a national level, the Foundation invests in student success, educator success, and school success and collaborates with academic institutions, and nonprofit organizations to make strategic investments that help build pathways to opportunity for the workforce of tomorrow.  

For the third year, the Foundation ran a local grants program in select locations nationwide to prepare racially and ethnically diverse students and young women for the future of work and careers in business, accounting, and STEM. As in prior years, more than 65 grants are being made to high school, college or alternative pathway programs across the country working to prepare future business leaders and expanding our social impact footprint.

These grants support many innovative programs across a number of educational needs, including:

  • Curriculum to help students gain skills or credentials in business, accounting, or STEM
  • Supplemental learning experiences such as online or after school or summer enrichment programs
  • Resources in the form of scholarships, mentorships, or college and workforce readiness support to help students continue on their educational journeys


*The Deloitte Foundation does not accept unsolicited requests for this program.

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The Deloitte Foundation is a US education nonprofit preparing the next generation for the future of work since 1928.

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