TI is committed to building stronger communities where we live and work around the world.
Through our corporate and TI Foundation giving, we invest in programs targeted at priority issues within our major site communities. Through this, we aim to improve the quality of life, primarily in Dallas -- TI’s headquarters city -- through well-considered and well-measured investments in education, human services, racial equity and arts. All of these are critical to a thriving and fair community where people of all colors and cultures want to live and work. The TI Foundation also supports the voice and community mindedness of our employees and retirees by matching their monetary contributions up to $30,000 and the value of their volunteer hours up to $1,000 per year.
Where we invest
|Education||Human services||Racial equity||Arts|
|In the U.S.: Increase the number of Black, Latinx and female high school graduates with strong math and science skills by increasing the number, effectiveness and retention of great K-12 STEM teachers and principals who are knowledgeable, capable and passionate about leading all students to good STEM outcomes.|
The majority of our grants are made by invitation; unsolicited proposals generally are not considered.
- Public agencies and nonprofit organizations with tax-exempt status and under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or as an instrumentality of a federal, state or local government as provided by Section 170(c)1 of the Code or the equivalent
- Organizations must be based in one of our major site communities or provide services within those regions.
- Courtesy advertising, including program books and yearbooks
- Fraternal or labor organizations
- Grants to individuals, including scholarships
- Grants to individual schools or robotics teams (except robotics teams that have TI employee/retiree volunteers)
- Organizations focused on a particular medical condition (e.g., cancer, heart disease, diabetes) unless in conjunction with an approved TI employee giving campaign
- Organizations that discriminate based on race, color, religion, creed, disability, genetic information, national origin, gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, marital status or veteran status
- Political activities, parties or candidates
- Private foundations or endowment funds
- Sectarian or denominational religious organizations
- Sporting events or teams, including golf tournaments
- Conventions or entertainment events
- Travel or tours
- Unrestricted gifts to national or international organizations
How to apply