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Intel Utah Public Affairs Grant Application Guidelines

Intel has made a commitment to be a good corporate citizen by investing in Utah and the people who live here. We are committed to continuing to develop and implement strategic contributions that build and sustain existing site community alliances while expanding our impact in the area. Intel Utah focuses its contributions in the Salt Lake metro area on a few key areas in order to make a significant difference. We aim to address specific community needs with a priority on education (math, science, engineering and technology in K-12 education), outreach to women and under-represented minorities; programs that improve access to and awareness of technology; programs involving Intel employees as volunteers; the environment and safety.

Organizations of national scope should request guidelines from the Intel Foundation.

Below you will find general information about Intel Utah contribution program. It includes information on Intel's company policy on corporate giving, focus areas of interest, and procedures to be followed in applying for support.

Our Focus Areas

Intel's support of education is our greatest priority. Education grants focus primarily on programs that support the areas of math, science, engineering, and technology. Important areas of concern include: Development of women and underrepresented minorities in math, science and technology.

  • Innovative math and science programs involving technology.
  • Environmental education programs.
  • Hands-on student involvement and research-based learning.
  • Teacher training and curriculum improvement.
  • Leadership, career planning, and life skills programs.
Civic and Public Policy
Funding is allocated for civic and community programs. We encourage programs that enhance the quality of life in our local communities, celebrate the diversity of our population, enhance opportunities for youth, and/or improve public access to and understanding of technology.

Environmental Sciences and Conservation
Funding is provided to organizations that support innovative environmental programs including environmental education, water conservation, air quality and recycling. Organizations that offer volunteer activities as an element of their program are encouraged.

Grant Guidelines
Any nonprofit organization requesting support from Intel Utah should note the following principles that guide company decisions.

  • Applicants must be charitable, non-profit organizations with a 501(c)(3) designation from the Internal Revenue Service or meet certain other requirements, such as a public school, school district or city department.
  • Funds are contributed to organizations providing services to residents of Utah. To be eligible for funding, organizations and programs must address specific community needs, and demonstrate fiscal and administrative stability. For programs of national scope, please request an Intel Foundation application form.
  • Intel gives priority to programs that take a collaborative approach to community problems; partnerships between non-profits are encouraged.
  • Preference is given to innovative programs, to develop or expand services, or to improve the quality of an organization's programs or management. Generally, support will be given for only one year and organizations must reapply for support annually.
  • Intel concentrates on grants for programs that support our priority focus areas, serve underrepresented minorities, and actively involve Intel employees as volunteers.
  • Intel Utah does not fund:
    • Fundraisers
    • Religious or fraternal organizations
    • Requests from individuals for personal needs
    • Private schools
    • Organizations that discriminate by race, creed, gender, sexual orientation, age religion, or national origin
    • Sporting events
    • Capital campaigns
Applying for Support
Intel will be happy to answer any questions you have relating to our guidelines and application procedure. Please call or email our offices for information.

Intel Corporation
3740 W. 13400 S.
Riverton, UT 84065
Phone: (801) 445-0213

For programs of national scope, see Intel Foundation grant guidelines.

Due to the volume of requests Intel receives, there may be some delay in responding to applicants.
Download grant application.


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