The Schneider Foundation — Making a difference for good

We’re a company that gives back to the communities where we work, live, and do business. In fact, our Schneider Foundation donates more than $2 million a year to non-profit organizations across North America. 

As a customer, carrier or associate, you can be proud to be part of it all. We’re a positive force for change. That’s the Schneider way.

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Schneider Foundation grant locations

Grant requests will be considered for locations shown below and the surrounding communities:

Schneider foundation grant locations

Our commitment to DEI in 2020:

We made a commitment in our 2020 and 2021 Diversity Roadmap to earmark $250,000 in grants to non-profits in North America that are working to promote diversity, equality and inclusion in the communities where our associates live, work and volunteer. To put our roadmap into action, in 2020, the Schneider Foundation proudly provided inaugural Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Program grants to 25 non-profit organizations. The grantees were nominated and selected by a diverse team of Schneider associates from a cross-section of locations across North America.

A sample of the first five organizations to receive DEI grants:

  • Greater Green Bay Chamber Foundation (Green Bay, Wisconsin)
  • Lake Highlands Women’s Junior League (Dallas, Texas)
  • Nacional Monte de Piedad (Mexico)
  • Dream Achievers Foundation (Atlanta, Georgia)
  • YWCA of Central Carolinas (Charlotte, North Carolina)

Helping 400+ organizations each year, including:

  • American Red Cross.
  • Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
  • Junior Achievement.
  • Make-A-Wish Foundation.
  • Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
  • United Way.
  • YMCA.
  • Crowned Scholars.

Non-profits we give to include:

  • 501(c)(3) and 509(a) individuals and non-profit organizations.
  • Capital campaigns.
  • Disaster relief.
  • Memorial funds for associates or family members.
  • Customer and vendor requests.

Gifts we consider:

  • Direct contributions.
  • Services such as transportation, facilities and equipment.
  • Volunteer time for programs, board memberships and projects.
  • In-kind contributions such as used equipment and company store items.

Go with Schneider

Learn more about Schneider progress and the next steps in our environmental, social and governance (ESG) journey by exploring our 2020 Corporate Responsibility Report.

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