How does the Trimble Foundation choose which organizations it assists?
The Trimble Foundation uses a formal process to determine how resources are allocated to effectively address some of the world’s most important challenges in the areas of female education and empowerment and natural disaster relief. For questions about these two focus areas, please email email@example.com.
Additionally, offices with more than 50 employees are encouraged to identify and determine local organizations that they would like to support. Please contact your local office’s culture club or giving committee if you would like more information.
How can I get involved?
With more than 200 offices worldwide and a workforce of more than 10,000 people, Trimble is capable of making a tremendous impact at the local level. The simplest way for Trimble employees to get involved is by leading local efforts. Start by finding out if your office has a local culture or volunteer committee. If your office does not have a committee, we encourage you to take the lead in starting one at your office. The Foundation has developed a loose framework of guiding principles to help guide and “jump start” local office committees, which can be found here.