Fall, the time of year when the sun sets sooner, the leaves start to change color and drop from their trees, and the weather becomes much cooler. Fall is also the time of harvest, Thanksgiving, and the start of the holiday season. Fall brings more than seasonal changes, though, it launches our annual Fall Giving […]

Updated 5/18/2020


On May 5, Giving Tuesday Now will officially begin. This global movement of giving and unity is an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19.

For one day only, The Swinerton Foundation will double its match for all donations made to eligible charities in Swinerton Cares. That means for every dollar an employee donates, the Foundation will donate two.

Join us in supporting nonprofits across the U.S., so they may continue their mission to help those in need.


Updates to The Swinerton Foundations Giving Tuesday:

Thank you for your generosity on Giving Tuesday Now. Donations made to eligible charities through Swinerton Cares on May 5 received a 2:1 match and The Swinerton Foundation extended this match opportunity for another day on May 7. Results are as follows:

Total donated by employees: $52,610.30
Foundation match: $98,835.20
Dollars for Doers Rewards donated: $6,544.50
Grand total: an impressive $157,990!

Congratulations on making a difference.

Swinerton Foundation donates to American Red Cross during COVID19

The Swinerton Foundation is partnering with long-standing national partner the American Red Cross to donate $63,000 for the nonprofit’s efforts on the front lines of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.  To support the American Red Cross’s mission to ensure there is a sufficient supply of blood to help patients in need and so that they may continue to provide critical relief services to people affected by disasters, the Foundation is donating $50,000 toward disaster relief and $13,000 for blood services.

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The Swinerton Foundation announced a $170,000 commitment on March 26 to support food banks on the front lines responding to COVID-19. The money will be distributed in a series of $10,000 grants to community food banks in 17 cities across the United States.

The organizations, though different, share an overarching goal: providing access to food for undeserved populations – a mission taking on even greater urgency in response to the novel coronavirus.

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Already this year, nearly 5,000 wildfires have scorched almost 1,500 square miles across the state, an area about the size of Rhode Island. The Ranch Fire in Mendocino, now the largest in California history, has destroyed 282,479 acres alone. The fires have taken almost a dozen lives and hundreds of homes and businesses. Even residents outside of the area are feeling the effects with smoke and carbon monoxide drifting all the way to the East Coast. By some estimates, the state is facing $17 billion in fire damages.

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The Swinerton Foundation has been a dedicated partner to Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center for many years, supporting its mission to improve the bodies, minds, and spirits of children and adults with disabilities through equine-assisted therapies and activities. On September 23, 35 Swinerton volunteers teamed up with Salesforce and Ski’s Painting to provide much-needed repair work to Little Bit in Redmond, Washington.

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San Diego volunteers have been participating in the American Heart Association’s Heart Walk for many years, but this year topped the rest! The team not only reached their goal to raise $50,000 for the organization, they surpassed it—making them the #2 fundraising company in San Diego and on the top 15 fundraising walker list in a ten state region. Ninety-four supporters came out in full force on September 16 in support of building healthier lives free of cardiovascular disease and stroke.

A supporter of the American Heart Association for many years, The Swinerton Foundation was able to donate $15,000 to the organization this year.

In Orange County and Los Angeles, dozens of volunteers lent a hand for Community Service Program (CSP) on September 30 to provide repairs to the Huntington Beach Youth Shelter. Volunteers arrived that day ready to get their hands dirty for a good cause—painting, fixing plumbing, organizing, cleaning, trimming trees, making repairs, and power washing for five hours. It was a day full of hard, but rewarding work, knowing that the repairs would improve the lives of children and teens in the local area.

Thank you to everyone in SoCal for donating your Saturday to such incredible causes!