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“Despite tremendous challenges, Ravenswood students, families, teachers, staff, and community members have rallied together to meet this moment with grace, resilience, and optimism. Oracle’s ongoing support has helped the Foundation to ensure that all our students obtain the best education, whether in person or remote.”

—Jenna Wachtel Pronovost, Executive Director, Ravenswood Education Foundation
Oracle Giving

Causes we support

Ensuring educational equity
Photo courtesy of Engineering is Elementary

Ensuring educational equity

Education is the most empowering force in a young person’s life. Yet many students lack access to the resources and support they need to realize their full potential. We fund several organizations working to change this by emphasizing equity as a core part of their missions. Our grantees include Engineering is Elementary, New Teacher Center, Ravenswood Education Foundation, Redwood City Education Foundation, and the University of Massachusetts.

We also fund programs aimed at closing the achievement gap among under-resourced students through after-school and summer programs. These include Aim High and SMASH, which serve hundreds of youth in the San Francisco Bay Area. Our grants to Boys & Girls Clubs in the northern California Bay Area and Austin, Texas help fund academic, social, emotional, and enrichment programming to youth year-round.

Closing the gender gap in technology
Photo courtesy of Girl Scouts of Northern California

Closing the gender gap in technology

Increasing diversity and creating opportunities for women in technology starts with investing in STEAM disciplines and computer science education for girls. We fund nonprofit organizations dedicated to encouraging and inspiring girls to pursue STEAM studies. Our grantees include Black Girls Code, Girlstart, Techbridge Girls, and the Women’s Technology Empowerment Centre.

Enabling the shift to distance learning
Photo courtesy of New Leaders

Enabling the shift to distance learning

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many nonprofit organizations stepped up to provide educators and parents with the tools they need to keep young learners engaged through online activities, virtual tutoring, delivery of learning materials and project kits, and more. Our grantees include the Bay Area Discovery Museum, The Exploratorium, New Leaders, Resource Area for Teaching, The Tech Interactive, and Technovation.

Igniting a passion for computer science and engineering
Photo courtesy of Raspberry Pi Foundation

Igniting a passion for computer science and engineering

Oracle funds nonprofit organizations that support future computer scientists and engineers. Since 2010, we’ve funded the continuing development of Alice, BlueJ, Greenfoot, and Stride—free educational programs that teach object-oriented programming to learners of all ages worldwide. We also fund Bridge for Smile, FIRST, Junior Achievement, National Academy of Engineering, and Raspberry Pi Foundation.

Featured education grants

California Academy of Sciences logo

California, United States

 

California Academy of Sciences

Explores, explains, and helps sustain life in the natural world.

The Prince’s Trust logo

London, UK

 

The Prince’s Trust

Provides young people with the support to fulfill their potential and transform their lives.

Learning for All logo

Tokyo, Japan

 

Learning for All

Provides high quality tutoring, mentoring, and educational support to underserved students.

Educate Girls  logo

Rajasthan, India

 

Educate Girls

Leverages community and government resources to ensure that all girls are in school and learning well.