Intel�s Volunteer Commitment
Intel employees contribute thousands of volunteer hours each year through the Intel Involved program - which coordinates local education programs and community service projects. In 2001, Intel employees reported more than 5,800 volunteer hours.
Intel Involved education programs include National Engineers Week, Go Figure! and e-mail mentors.
Intel encourages employees to volunteer in local schools by matching volunteer hours with cash awards to schools. Intel Washington made cash grants of $28,400 to 60 local schools under these programs in 2001. Funds donated under the Intel Volunteer Matching Grant program more than doubled in 2001.
Intel Washington employees also supported Special Olympics* athletes at the 2001 Summer Games; repaired and painted the home of an elderly East Tacoma resident through Paint Tacoma/Pierce Beautiful; participated in DuPont Community Service Day; and supported families in Pierce and Thurston counties during the holidays through the Adopt-a-Family program.
In addition, Intel business groups performed quarterly community service projects at Tacoma Community House, Greater Lakes Mental Health, Habitat for Humanity, City of DuPont, Jessie Dyslan Boys Ranch, and Monarch Children's Justice and Advocacy Center.