Texas Instruments

Corporate Citizenship


Giving Guidelines

2012 Citizenship Report

TI Foundation

The Texas Instruments Foundation, founded in 1964, is a non-profit organization providing philanthropic support for educational and charitable purposes primarily in the communities where TI operates. While its primary focus is one providing knowledge, skills and programs to improve science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education, the foundation also invests in arts and culture, and health and human services programs that meet the greatest community needs.

The TI Foundation, solely funded by the corporation, is a separate, 501(c)(3) organization. Its 10-member board meets quarterly to determine what grants to support.

Organizations seeking grants should submit a request online.

Matching Gifts and Volunteer Incentive Program
TI Foundation Texas Instruments employees and retirees can register gifts of money and time here.

TI Foundation Recipient organizations can confirm matching gift and volunteer time contributions at the links below.
Matching Gift - Art
Matching Gift - Education
VIP (Volunteer Incentive Program)