Welcome to FedEx Cares
FedEx Cares is our global community engagement program and one way that we live out our purpose of connecting people and possibilities. Our goal is to help make the world a better place through in-kind shipping, volunteering our time and expertise, and charitable giving.
FedEx Team Members: Global Earth Day Grant Program
In celebration of Earth Day, FedEx is investing $600,000 in nonprofits around the world. From April 22 through May 6, FedEx team members may review a list of amazing nonprofit organizations working to advance sustainable solutions or improve the environment and select one they think deserves a grant. A sustainable future. It’s in our hands. And it starts right now, with you. Read below to learn more.
Embracing inclusion to deliver change
We believe a diverse society is a stronger one and strive to ensure our company reflects the many cultures of our workforce, customers and communities we serve around the world. Our work is ongoing; we are committed to being part of the solution that ends systemic racism in our communities.
Learn more about some of our existing diversity & inclusion initiatives at FedEx by clicking in the link below.
FedEx is committed to supporting the communities we serve by strategically investing our time, resources, and network. We accept funding proposals by invitation only from U.S.-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations and Canadian-based organizations with charitable Business Number registration, and we are unable to respond to individual requests for funding. Priority is assigned to programs that fall within our three core focus areas: Delivering for Good, Sustainable Logistics, and Global Entrepreneurship.
If your organization or project meets the strategic criteria, we will send an invitation to apply during one of our grant cycles. Current grantees can refer to the grant cycle FAQs for more information and reporting expectations.
Our target: Carbon neutrality by 2040
Our roots in sustainability run deep. Now we’re driving toward what’s next: A goal to achieve carbon-neutral operations globally by 2040.
To get there, we’re designating more than $2 billion of initial investment in three key areas: vehicle electrification, sustainable energy, and carbon sequestration.