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Community engagement

At Wellington Management, we believe in actively investing in the communities in which we live and work.

Investing in our communities

We seek to actively support and positively impact the communities in which our employees live and work. The following are just some of the ways we engage:

  • The Wellington Management Foundation and the Wellington Management UK Foundation support programs and organizations that improve educational opportunities for youth from traditionally underserved and economically challenged communities.
  • Our Annual Appeal provides employees with a convenient and meaningful way to provide financial support to global and regional nonprofit and nongovernmental organizations.
  • The Matching Gift Program matches employee donations to registered nonprofit organizations.
  • The Volunteer Program allows each of our employees to give two business days a year to volunteer at nonprofit organizations.
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Our foundations

The Wellington Management Foundation was founded in 1992 as the Wellington Management Company Charitable Fund. Since its inception, the US Foundation has shared our firm’s culture and values. It relies on Wellington Management employees who volunteer their time and talent through service on the Foundation's Advisory Board, Nonprofit Relationship teams, and the Grant Recommendation Committee. Through the combined generosity of the firm and these individuals, the Foundation is able to direct 100% of donations to organizations that meet its educational mission.

The Wellington Management UK Foundation was established in 2016 to continue in this tradition, making grants to organizations in the UK and Europe. For details specific to its mission and guidelines, please click here.

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The mission of the US Foundation is to support best-in-class programs and organizations in our communities that improve education and educational opportunities for underserved youth.

Click here for the Foundation’s Annual Report.

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  • Grant-making focus

    Our US Foundation funds programs that provide youth from traditionally under-resourced communities with access to high-quality academic programs and educational opportunities. We believe a strong academic foundation can provide a clear and positive path for the lives of young people. Accordingly, the US Foundation primarily aims to select organizations and programs that support:

    Academic improvement

    • educational tutoring and mentoring
    • study skills programs
    • technology-based initiatives

    Educational transitions

    • school readiness programs
    • high school access and success programs
    • college access and success programs

    Extended learning time

    • out-of-school-time programs
    • schools that operate extended hours
    • programs that operate within school to enhance curriculum

    Career readiness

    • career and technical training models for linked learning
    • workforce development programs

    Whom do we fund?
    We recognize that economic privilege greatly increases educational opportunities. Therefore, we fund organizations that provide access for all youth in our communities to educational experiences that will enhance their chances for future success.

    • Eligible organizations must be within the greater metropolitan area of one of our US or Asia/Pacific offices, and approximately 70% of program participants must qualify as low income and be under the age of 26. (Organizations in the UK and Europe should refer to the firm’s UK Foundation.)
    • We fund organizations of various sizes but are primarily interested in those with budgets under US$2.5 million. We want to support organizations where our grants have a meaningful impact on youth, as well as the organization itself.
    • We fund newer as well as more established organizations. We prefer to fund organizations that can demonstrate the strength of their leadership, have a measurable track record of success, and can exhibit an upward organizational trajectory.
    • We fund religiously affiliated organizations that are inclusive of all participants regardless of religious background and beliefs.
    • Scholarship programs are not eligible for funding.
  • Annual grants

    In 2018, the US Foundation awarded a record US$3.278million in Annual Grants to 74 nonprofit organizations in the communities of eastern Massachusetts, greater Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco, Toronto, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore and Sydney. Annual Grants are fixed at $25,000 for new organizations and $50,000 for returning grantees. Grants to organizations in UK and Europe were made through the firm’s UK Foundation.

    Each of these organizations fulfills a vital role it its community, improving education and educational opportunities for youth from marginalized populations. See below for a list of this year’s Annual Grant recipients, or view our annual report.

    After school & summer

    • Brookview House
    • EV Kids
    • Horizons at Dedham Country Day*
    • Immigrant Family Services**
    • St. Stephens Youth Programs

    After-school sports & arts hook

    • Boston Scores
    • Harlem Lacrosse**
    • Hyde Square Task Force*
    • RAW Artworks (Lynn)
    • Soccer Without Borders
    • Sociedad Latina*
    • Sportsmen’s Tennis and Enrichment Center

    Career readiness

    • Artists for Humanity
    • BUILD Boston
    • Girls Inc., Worcester**
    • Invest in Girls
    • Silver Lining Mentoring**

    College access & success

    • Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center**
    • Breakthrough of Greater Boston
    • Jeremiah Endicott
    • La Vida (Lynn)
    • LEAP for Education (Salem)
    • Let’s Get Ready
    • Minds Matter*
    • SCS Noonan Scholars
    • OneGoal
    • Steppingstone Academy

    Early childhood education

    • Crispus Attucks Children’s Center**
    • First Teacher
    • Friends of the Children*
    • Generations Inc.
    • Julie’s Family Learning Program**
    • Smart from the Start


    • 826 Boston
    • Boston Debate League*
    • Community Boat Building
    • Discovering Justice
    • Generation Citizen
    • VSA Massachusetts
    • Write Boston


    • Atlantis Charter (Fall River)
    • Boston Collegiate Charter
    • Boston Preparatory Charter
    • Bridge Boston Charter
    • Codman Academy Charter
    • Esperanza Academy (Lawrence)
    • Excel Charter
    • Lowell Community Charter**
    • Nativity Worcester*
    • UP Education

    Teacher Training

    • Sontag Prize (Lawrence)**


    • Aboriginal Literacy Foundation (Sydney)
    • Aidha (Singapore)
    • Back Track Youth Works (Sydney)**
    • Child at Street 11 (Singapore)
    • Enrich (Hong Kong)**
    • Katariba (Tokyo)
    • Kids Door (Tokyo)
    • Learning for All (Tokyo)**
    • Multi Cultural Center (Tokyo)
    • Principal Chan Tutoring (Hong Kong)
    • Stewart House (Sydney)**


    • Chicago Jesuit Academy
    • Sue Duncan’s Children’s Center
    • Tutoring Chicago


    • Breakthrough of Greater Philadelphia*
    • Horizons at The Episcopal Academy
    • Steppingstone Scholars*
    • Teen SHARP

    San Francisco

    • 10,000 Degrees
    • Aim High
    • First Graduate


    • Jessie’s Centre**
  • Catalyst gifts

    In August 2015, the US Foundation's Advisory Board announced the launch of a new Catalyst Gift Initiative intended to help organizations already familiar to the Foundation that are showing meaningful and sustainable academic outcomes to move forward in a significant way toward their strategic vision.

    The Initiative's goals are to:

    • Advance educational opportunities for youth from traditionally underserved communities
    • Provide leadership support of nonprofits' strategic plans and institutional priorities
    • Seek innovative and creative solutions to address education needs in the community

    Since the Initiative launched, the Foundation has awarded 25 major gifts totaling over US$6.9 million to organizations in eastern Massachusetts, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Hong Kong. These one-time gifts ranged from US$200,000 to US$500,000 and were awarded to:


    • Bellesini Academy (Lawrence, Mass.)
    • Boston Collegiate Charter School
    • Excel Academy Charter Schools
    • Friends of the Children
    • Jeremiah Program
    • Parent Child Home Program (Malden, Mass.)
    • Principal Chan Free Tutorial World (Hong Kong)
    • Sociedad Latina


    • 10,000 Degrees (San Francisco)
    • Bottom Line
    • Breakthrough Greater Boston
    • Epiphany School
    • Generation Citizen


    • 826 Boston
    • Boston After School & Beyond
    • EdVestors
    • Sue Duncan Children's Center (Chicago)
    • UTEC, Lowell
    • Year Up (Boston)


    • BUILD Boston
    • Boston Debate League
    • City Year Boston
    • Match Beyond
    • Nativity Preparatory School
    • Steppingstone Scholars (Philadelphia)

    The Foundation does not accept unsolicited proposals or requests for Catalyst Gifts — please see below for how to apply for our Annual Grant Program.

  • Strategic partnerships

    The US Foundation has established a third tier of grant making that will allow for the cultivation of relationships with nonprofit organizations on partnerships that are:

    • Long term and far reaching
    • Multifaceted with multiple touch points
    • Targeting systemic impact
    • Mutually beneficial

    In 2018, the US Foundation extended its six-year relationship with City Year Boston under this rubric, by continuing our sponsorship of the Trotter School in Dorchester and adding support to East Boston High School. This partnership provides a multitude of community engagement, volunteer, and mentoring opportunities for dozens of employees of the firm under the auspices of our Wellington Young Professionals business network.

    The Foundation is also pleased to announce ongoing support of Year Up Boston, a career development and workforce training program through which Wellington has hired numerous interns, consultants, and full-time employees over the last many years.

    Additionally, the Foundation in 2018 is sponsoring a track in early childhood through the Social Innovation Forum’s (SIF’s) Nonprofit Accelerator Program. This track will offer two years of focused support from SIF and its partners to a selected nonprofit in eastern Massachusetts implementing solutions for children from birth through third grade to close the achievement gap in reading, writing, and critical thinking.

    The Foundation does not accept unsolicited proposals for our Strategic Partnerships.

  • Application process

    The US-based Wellington Management Foundation gives Annual Grants to programs that improve the educational opportunities for youth in traditionally underserved and economically challenged communities in eastern Massachusetts, greater Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco Bay area, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Sydney. The Grant Recommendation Committee (GRC), which engages employee volunteers to conduct a review of each new applicant and long-term grantee we fund, begins each year in June, and grants are made each December.

    The Foundation does not accept unsolicited proposals for our Catalyst Gifts or Strategic Partnerships.

    The US Foundation does accept a limited number of new applications for Annual Grants each year and has recently implemented a grant-making strategy that allows us to keep the pipeline open to fund new organizations and support new initiatives that seek to close the opportunity and achievement gaps in the education of youth from traditionally under-resourced historically low-income communities. This plan sets an expectation for long-term support to organizations and provides more transparency to aid them in their planning for fundraising and outreach.

    New applicants for Annual Grants will only be considered for participation in the US Foundation’s grant review process if they have submitted a letter of inquiry (LOI) by our June 1 deadline. Organizations that have submitted an LOI will be prescreened by GMA Foundations, and those that best meet the Foundation’s mission and guidelines will be invited to fill out a complete grant application in July and be reviewed as part of the Foundation’s GRC process in September and October. Grants decisions are made and communicated in mid-December and funds are transferred at the end of January.

    Grants to new organizations will be awarded with a three-year expectation for grant making, with funding in year one set at US$25,000 and in years two and three at US$50,000, pending successful annual check-ins. After year three, new organizations will undergo a critical review to determine continued funding, contingent on achievement of mutually agreed-upon objectives, goals, and outcomes. Those that are successful can anticipate an additional seven years of funding (10 years total) set at US$50,000 per year, pending successful annual check-ins. After 10 years, organizations must take a meaningful pause before reapplying. Funding decisions are independent of all other Wellington relationships, including private donations, Board placements, volunteer engagement, etc.

    Please click here tto be taken to the letter of inquiry online form. All forms must be received electronically by June 1 for consideration. Please contact Phil Cappello at GMA Foundations for more information: pcappello@gmafoundations.com or (617) 399-1852.

*last grant
**new grantees

The US Wellington Management Foundation is a Section 501(c)(3) public charity and is not open to investors.

General inquiries

For general inquiries, please contact Karen Pfefferle, Art Curator and Manager of Philanthropy, at  klpfefferle@wellington.com or (617) 790-7454.

For inquiries regarding grant applications please use the contact information provided in the “Application process” section above.

For general inquiries in the EMEA region, please contact the UK Foundation at wmukf@wellington.com or +44 20 7126 6700. Learn more about our UK Foundation.

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