The Goldman Sachs Foundation



The Goldman Sachs Foundation was funded in 1999 with a $200 million donation from The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.



The Foundation's mission is to promote excellence and innovation in education worldwide. The Foundation is an important extension of the tradition of philanthropy and public leadership at Goldman Sachs.



Grants have been awarded in excess of $114 million since its inception, providing opportunities for young people in more than 20 countries.

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Recent News from Goldman Sachs Foundation


Influencers Transcript: Asahi Pompey, August 8, 2019

I mean, philanthropy was something that a company did sort of in the side door. .... And as I think about Goldman and our philanthropic footprint,...more

Pompey on how Goldman Sachs is working on diversity, Trump fueling company's philanthropy
Foundation: Goldman Sachs Foundation

Goldman Sachs Partner, Global Head of Corporate Engagement & President of the Goldman Sachs Foundation, Asahi Pompey, talks diversity...more

The Path Forward for Impact Investing in the Trump Presidency
Foundation: Case Foundation, Goldman Sachs Foundation

I'm not the first, and undoubtedly won't be the last, to write about this. Erika Karp at Cornerstone Capital wrote a letter to her investors after the...more

Barry Diller Reflects On Old Hollywood, His Paramount Days, and Philanthropy
Foundation: Ford Foundation, Goldman Sachs Foundation, Parker Foundation

On Thursday afternoon, at the end of the third-annual, two-day Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit, Barry Diller, the chairman of Expedia and...more

Unlocking Potential, Unleashing Growth: From Philanthropy to Impact Investing
Foundation: Goldman Sachs Foundation

Philanthropy as we know it today is rapidly evolving and moving in an exciting direction, with new kinds of innovative impact investing models...more





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Nonprofit Website Freely Connects Low-Income Individuals to Social Services They Need


Nonprofit Website Freely Connects Low-Income Individuals to Social Services They Need

Rey Faustino, who experienced poverty and had to make ends meet to help his struggling family, has launched San Francisco-based One Degree, a free website that connects economically disadvantaged people with nonprofits and charities.




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