Our grant recipients are selected by our members, founders from successful tech companies like Twilio, Omada, NeuMoDx, and others, committed to practicing philanthropy. Though our members have interests across several areas of impact (education, environment, human rights, etc) we require diversity, equity, and inclusion in all of our grant recipients.
Our grant making process is designed to provide the best possible experience for nonprofits and our members. Our grants are unrestricted, upfront grants, so that you can spend the money on what is best for your organization.
Trains human trafficking survivors to be software engineers and provides them with sustainable job opportunities.
Runs business and technology training for incarcerated individuals, preparing them for successful
re-entry into the workforce.
Helps youth of African ancestry successfully complete higher education in STEM.
Improves the educational and life outcomes for African American students from Pre K – 12th grade.
Fosters cross-cultural relationships and inclusive social norms in Bay Area schools, so that students of all identities feel that they belong.
Teaches software engineering classes in under-resourced high schools, providing students with unique learning opportunities and companies with diverse talent.
The Confess Project is redefining mental health culture for
Black boys, men, and their families.
GeoHazards International works with at-risk, underserved communities to
stay ahead of natural disasters.
Excites, educates, and equips girls from low-income communities by delivering high-quality STEM programming.
Amplifying the issues children and young adults with incarcerated parents face due to mass incarceration.
Works with leading scientists, businesses, and policymakers to build a world that removes more carbon than it emits.
Supporting the well-being, economic development and civic inclusion of marginalized communities.
"This grant allowed us to set up a studio for remote instruction into our computer coding program classrooms inside prisons & accelerate learning to hundreds of incarcerated students."
"Funding from Schox Philanthropy helped us teach our fourth student cohort critical coding skills & source nearly $400,000 in software development projects for graduates of our program."
"Schox Philanthropy has been amazing. We wouldn't have made so much progress in such a short amount of time without their support."