week, Neighborhood Networks provides potential funding sources to
help centers develop and improve programs and services. Featured
this week is Advanced
Micro Devices (AMD).
is a leading global provider of innovative processing solutions
in the computing, graphics, and consumer electronics markets. Founded
in 1969, AMD is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, and has
80 offices and 16,500 employees located around the world.
Areas: AMD's corporate giving includes technology and other
in-kind donations, corporate grants, and employee volunteers. AMD's
charitable giving focuses on:
||Education. AMD supports programs that enhance:
||Math and science. |
||Teacher development. |
||College and career awareness. |
||Basic Needs. AMD supports programs that help
provide basic needs for the less fortunate, including: |
||Basic medical care. |
eligible for AMD's charitable giving are located in California,
Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Hampshire,
North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Washington.
Areas: Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, Midwest, Southwest,
AMD makes strategic financial investments in charitable organizations
that support its giving areas. The majority of AMD's grants target
existing programs with long-standing community partners. AMD also
proactively seeks out new opportunities with local organizations
that creatively help support their giving areas in education and
Amount: Award amounts vary. AMD strengthens the communities
where it has major employment sites around the world by providing
technology and other in-kind donations, corporate grants, and employee
Process: For information on how to apply for AMD's charitable
giving program, contact AMD's Global
Community Affairs Team.
For more information about AMD's grant programs and to apply for
a grant, contact the AMD
Global Community Affairs Team.