Goldman Sachs Gives
About the Program
Established in 2007, Goldman Sachs Gives is a donor-advised fund, from which current and retired senior employees can recommend grants to qualified non-profit organizations.
The program is an important part of the firm’s tradition of individual philanthropy, growing out of our people’s involvement in nonprofit groups. The firm has contributed $1.25 billion to Goldman Sachs Gives since 2010 demonstrating the firm’s commitment to philanthropy through diversified and impactful giving.
To ensure that donations have the maximum impact in a diverse range of communities, the program focuses on four pillars: Increasing Educational Opportunities, Building and Stabilizing Communities, Honoring Service and Veterans and Creating Jobs and Economic Growth