NVIDIA FOUNDATION

Our Impact

Our Impact

Demonstrating How we’re
Making a Difference

NVIDIA employees around the world come together to support their local communities and global initiatives. In 2015, 90 percent of our offices held volunteer or fundraising events, and employees donated nearly $570,000 and 17,000 volunteer hours. These efforts amplified the impact of the company’s contributions, which totaled nearly $2.5 million in cash and in-kind donations.

Our Fight Against Cancer

NVIDIA Foundation grants and employee fundraising efforts yielded nearly $565,000 in 2015 for the fight against cancer through our Compute the Cure initiative.

$565k
DONATED
to fight cancer in 2015
$200,000 Cancer Research Grant

provided to a research team at the University of Toronto to support its work using GPU-powered, deep-learning techniques to advance cancer diagnostics. Learn more >

 
4 X $50,000 Cancer CARE Grants

awarded to nonprofits providing patient care and support services. Grants are being used to:

  • Improve a children’s oncology hospital in India
  • Support breast cancer prevention efforts in Togo
  • Support children with cancer in California
  • Develop a mobile app to provide a network of support throughout the U.S.
    Learn more >
 
 
$60,000+ raised by 175+ Nvidians

for the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk

 
Our Efforts in Education

NVIDIA held a variety of activities around the globe in 2015 to provide K-12 students with the tools they need to be successful. The company donated more than $1,500,000 and 12,700 volunteer hours to these education-related efforts. We reached more than 64,000 children.

64k+
KIDS
REACHED
through various
education-related efforts
REVAMPED EDUCATION FACILITIES

through Project Inspire events held in Austin, Beaverton, Bristol, Courbevoie, Munich, Pune, Santa Clara and Westford.

12,000+ BOOKS

donated when we built and stocked school libraries in China and India.

1,800+ BACKPACKS AND
4,400+ SCIENCE KITS

donated through office back-to-school efforts.

 
SUPPORTED YOUTH ROBOTICS

through financial and in-kind donations to an international youth robotics organization.