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An Overview

At the Steelcase Foundation, we know that talent lives in community and solutions to systemic injustices are often found among the people most impacted by them. We build authentic partnerships by elevating the inherent brilliance of community, and connecting people with resources and movements that advance, advocate for, and accelerate us toward a more just and liberated society.

An independent 501(c)(3) from Steelcase Inc, the Foundation is a place-based funder, supporting efforts to increase access to quality, public education, and cultivate communities that create conditions for children birth through young adult to thrive in Grand Rapids, MI (Kent County) and Athens, AL (Limestone County).

2020 Annual Report

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How do I apply for a Grant?

The Steelcase Foundation provides grants to independent 501(c)(3) nonprofits doing work in Grand Rapids, MI (Kent County) and Athens, Alabama (Limestone County) that increases access to quality, public education and cultivates communities where young people can thrive.

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Will you match my gift?

The Steelcase Foundation administers a matching gifts program for employees and retirees of Steelcase Inc. to amplify their efforts to create thriving communities through donations to art and culture, education, and environmental nonprofits. In addition, the Foundation matches gifts to select Disaster Relief and Social Justice nonprofits.

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Who are our partners?

From training for culturally responsive school leaders to efforts to treat gun violence as a community health crisis, the Steelcase Foundation is proud to uplift the voices of our partners as we work to create a more just and liberated community. Browse our latest annual report and stories of impact to learn more.

Stories of Impact