Since 1948, the Weyerhaeuser Company Foundation has played an integral role in the philanthropic efforts of the company, providing more than $255 million in donations over 70 years.
We are deeply connected to the communities where we operate through our businesses, our employees and the investments we make to help them thrive. Supporting our community’s benefits everyone and helps ensure our company’s long-term success. From rural to urban locations, we fund valuable programs, build important relationships, and contribute volunteer time and resources.
The Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund offers grants to support programs in local Weyerhaeuser locations. These grants seek to help cultivate growing minds and bodies, promote sustainable communities, and nurture quality of life in Weyerhaeuser communities.
Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund grants supports our communities in the following areas:
- Affordable Housing
- Education and Youth Development
- Environmental Stewardship
- Human Services
- Civic and Cultural Growth
- Workforce Development
- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Weyerhaeuser communities range from rural to metropolitan, with unique priorities and needs – these focus areas allow flexibility for a variety of giving across our different communities. Employees across Weyerhaeuser locations establish specific funding priorities for local giving within this giving framework.
We encourage nonprofit organizations to review the guidelines and if they feel they qualify, complete the grant request online.
We accept request applications throughout the year.
- All final Grant applications due by Sept 30, 2022
For more information about Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund’s priorities, eligibility, contact information and application process, we invite you to visit our website
Please review the Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund criteria and eligibility requirements. If you have questions about whether your location qualifies as a Weyerhaeuser operating area please contact the Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund.
We appreciate your consideration of Weyerhaeuser.
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