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Goldman Sachs Gives is a donor-advised fund through which Goldman Sachs and its current and retired senior employees can recommend grants to qualifying nonprofit organizations globally. Since 2010, more than 14,500 grants exceeding $700 million have been recommended to over 3,000 charities in 38 countries.

Goldman Sachs Gives is a donor-advised fund through which Goldman Sachs and its current and retired senior employees can recommend grants to qualifying nonprofit organizations globally. Since 2010, more than 14,500 grants exceeding $700 million have been recommended to over 3,000 charities in 38 countries.

Explore our Projects

Goldman Sachs Gives supports underserved communities across four pillars in order to maximize its global impact.  Explore some of our recent grants in each of the four pillars:

  • Increasing Educational Opportunities

    Goldman Sachs Gives has supported diverse educational organizations in low-income communities, after-school program and cultural programming for students around the world.

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    Building and Stabilizing Communities

    Goldman Sachs Gives supports communities where we live and work by providing disaster relief, advancing medical research and environmental causes, and enhancing community outreach programs globally.

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    Honoring Services and Veterans

    Goldman Sachs Gives has granted more than $20 million over the past three years to fund a network of nonprofits helping wounded veterans return to civilian life. The initiative focuses primarily on job placement and readiness, mental health counseling, and family support.

  • Creating Jobs and Economic Growth

    Goldman Sachs Gives initiatives align with the firm’s commitment to progress by supporting economic growth through a variety of programs, which include summer employment opportunities for inner city youth, social welfare projects in Asia, and innovative microfinance platforms.