Our Johnson Controls Foundation operates in the U.S., with an intensive focus on our North American headquarters city of Milwaukee and is aligned with the company’s overall philanthropic focus of building safe, smart and sustainable communities. Established in 1952, the Foundation has invested more than $XXXM into the community.
Each year, the Johnson Controls Foundation makes grants to nearly a hundred organizations. The Foundation is a separate entity than Johnson Controls and has its own board of directors. Johnson Controls selects corporate sponsorships based on Foundation support that year, in order to further highlight the company’s partnership with the nonprofits.
If you would like to apply for a grant, please review our funding guidelines.
Our corporate philanthropy is in collaboration with community partners globally, with a special emphasis of support for our North American Headquarters city of Milwaukee.
Johnson Controls has long supported the cornerstone Milwaukee nonprofits that define the city regionally and nationally. We recognize our responsibility as a corporate citizen with historic headquarters in Milwaukee to engage with and support these institutions. Johnson Controls is a community leader with both our United Way and United Performing Arts Fund campaigns.
Johnson Controls provides robust support to the United Negro College Fund annually, including Foundation gifts, sponsorships and a dollar-for-dollar employee match
Johnson Controls seeks to be a partner to our closest neighbors, in the area just west of Johnson Controls corporate headquarters, the neighborhoods of West Lawn, Havenwoods and Thurston Woods. Johnson Controls seeks to change the trajectory of lives in these neighborhoods by providing layers of volunteerism, engagement and funding. The multi-sport court on the campus of the Silver Spring Neighborhood Center was a joint gift of the Bucks and Johnson Controls, and the project won a 2019 Milwaukee Award for Neighborhood Development Innovation. The court includes a decade of supported programming for the children of the neighborhood.
Johnson Controls provides support to FIRST Robotics teams which are led by Johnson Controls employee volunteers. If your school’s FIRST team is team is led by an employee volunteer, your team will receive a link to apply for a sponsorship from Johnson Controls in MONTH.
Johnson Controls recognizes that our employees support causes that help make our communities safe, smart and sustainable. The Johnson Controls Foundation provides a dollar-for-dollar match to U.S. employee donations to approved U.S. nonprofit organizations, with an aggregate donation of up to $500,000 annually. Parameters, additional caps and guidelines are available to employees internally.
The Johnson Controls Foundation provides college scholarship support to high school seniors who are children of U.S. Johnson Controls employees through a competitive application process. More than $XXX has been given in scholarships since the program’s inception in YEAR.
Our Johnson Controls Foundation operates in the United States with an intensive focus on our North American headquarters city of Milwaukee and is aligned with the company’s overall philanthropic focus of building safe, smart and sustainable communities. Each year, the Johnson Controls Foundation makes grants totaling more than $5 million to nearly a hundred organizations. The Foundation is a separate entity than Johnson Controls and has its own board of directors.