Pitney Bowes Foundation Grant

From Pitney Bowes Foundation

The Pitney Bowes Foundation makes grants to nonprofit organizations that make a difference in education, specifically in targeted communities where the company has a presence.

Grant uses

Overview

We provide grants to qualified organizations at the national level and local levels, including public education foundations, community organizations, and after-school programs.

Priority will be given to requests that:

  • Support early childhood education, after-school, mentoring, literacy, STEM and job training programs
  • Target diverse populations with a focus on underserved school districts
  • Have defined measurable outcomes that help close the academic opportunity gap and prepare the future workforce
  • Increase and enhance the scope of services offered by a qualified organization
  • Effectively engage Pitney Bowes employee volunteers
  • Demonstrate a broad base of donors 

Eligibility

Organization's Location
USA
Program Location
CT (Fairfield County, Bridgeport, Shelton, Stamford), GA (Atlanta), IN (Indianapolis), MI (Detroit/Grand Rapids), MN (Minneapolis/St.Paul), NE (Omaha), TX (Dallas), WA (Spokane), WI (Appleton, Milwaukee)
Organization Type
501(c)(3)

Ineligibility

Organizations that do not have 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status
Private schools
Individuals
Political candidates or lobbying organizations
Religious organizations unless formed for educational or community purposes (e.g., a soup kitchen, shelter, etc.)
Organizations with a limited constituency, such as fraternal, labor or veteran groups
Single disease health organizations
Anti-business groups
Advertising or television programming
Conferences, sporting events, auctions and other one-time, short-term events
Fundraising events
Sponsorships
Team sponsorships or athletic scholarships
Travel by groups or individuals
Indirect costs that exceed 20% of the total program budget
not specified

Submission

Required Attachments
Board List