Through State Street Foundation, State Street’s charitable arm, we make grants to nonprofits and nongovernmental organizations in 26 countries. The Foundation’s primary strategic focus areas are education and workforce development.
We believe the most effective way to improve the overall well-being of our communities is to help disadvantaged individuals earn and make a living. By keeping a sharp focus on education and work, we’ll bring lasting economic benefits to the communities where we live and work.
Since 2010, the Foundation’s Impact Framework has guided our investing in high-performing nonprofits that are providing measurable results in the following categories:
- Job readiness
- College success
- Work experience
Our funding strategy serves disadvantaged populations and aligns with State Street’s talent and diversity goals.
Could You Qualify For a Grant?
To be considered for our grants, please read our guidelines to see if your organization qualifies for funding. Once you’ve determined you’re eligible, please find your location below for steps to apply.
In the US
For 2021, we will ask all potential grantees to submit a streamlined application. In Massachusetts, new grantees will be considered by invitation only. Typically, an applicant will receive a funding decision within 12 weeks.
The response schedule is provided as a guide, but is not a guarantee as it is dependent on many factors, including application volume, due diligence, and meeting schedules.
In Canada, Europe and the Middle East
Once you complete your application, email it to email@example.com for consideration.
In Asia Pacific
To begin your grant request, please complete a Preliminary Grant Application, accessible in English.
Once you complete your application, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.