The Ingersoll Rand Foundation is a resource for our company
philanthropy and humanitarian work. Its purpose is to develop
charitable partnerships that help build comfortable, sustainable,
efficient and educated communities.
In doing so, we maintain a mutually beneficial relationship with the communities in which we operate to preserve attractiveness as a place of employment, build employee morale and engagement, be a socially responsible business, maintain trust and credibility during uncertain times and inoculate against problems.
To align our global businesses and employees with a common vision for corporate citizenship, the Ingersoll Rand Foundation has an oversight council called the “Global Citizenship Council.” It is composed of 16 selected leaders from the company’s business units and corporate functions. Nearly 60 percent of the Council is comprised of women or minorities. The Council is chaired by the company’s external communications and reputation management leader.
All Council representatives serve for a two-year period to provide consistency in the long-term support of our global citizenship goals. Members may be re-appointed by the Council Chair to seek continuity of efforts. (full details on the Foundation Governance).
The Council’s mission is to guide the use of foundation resources in support of global, regional or local causes of interest. It meets a minimum of quarterly to approve the use of foundation resources in line with the principles listed below, and reviews our annual citizenship strategy and activities against our goals prior to reporting our progress through our annual report and ESG report.
It is the Ingersoll Rand Foundation’s policy to focus corporate charitable contributions on those areas recommended by the Global Citizenship Council. The Ingersoll Rand Foundation will not support contributions to, nor will it sponsor employee involvement with, political organizations, candidates, public office holders, fraternal or labor organizations, or any cause that is inconsistent with the letter and spirit of the company’s Code of Conduct, values, brand promise, and commitment to diversity and inclusion.
In support of our mission to advance the quality of life around the
world, the Ingersoll Rand Foundation offers philanthropic programs for
our employees and the general public to take part in (click here to see a list of last year’s donor
recipients or past Global Citizenship Council meeting minutes
from Q1 2019, Q2 2019, Q3 2019, Q4 2019).
Currently, we do not accept unsolicited grant requests at this time. For more information about our programs, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org