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During 2001 the Intel Foundation Matched Employee Donations for a Total of $3.3 Million to Over 900 Schools
Volunteer Matching Grant Program
For every 20 hours of volunteer time spent by employees in a school or at an Intel Computer Clubhouse, The Intel Foundation awards $200 to that school or selected non-profit organization. More than 7,000 Intel employees in the U.S. proved their commitment during the 2000-2001 school year, nearly doubling the previous year's donation of 144,423 hours of volunteer time in over 850 local schools and Intel Computer Clubhouses. These efforts touched the lives of thousands of young people, while raising $1.4 million for local schools to improve mathematics and science education.

Matching Gifts to Education
The Matching Gifts to Education program provides an incentive for Intel employees in the United States to make personal donations for education. For every gift of money or stock that an employee, or their spouse, gives to an accredited U.S. school, the Intel Foundation matches the gift dollar-for-dollar. During 2001 the Intel Foundation matched employee donations for a total of $3.3 million to over 900 schools.

"The Intel Foundation Matching Gifts to Education program was created to encourage employees to contribute to education, and employees have responded in typical Intel fashion by breaking records each quarter with their generosity."
Tim Saponas,
Intel Foundation President

United Way
In the United States, Intel Corporation donated over $2 million to the United Way in 2001. Intel employees donated an additional $4.4 million for a total contribution of $6.5 million.

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