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Helping build strong financial futures is our top priority.

Through financial education programs, employee volunteerism, and community involvement, we strive to make a positive impact in the communities where we live and work.

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Charles Schwab Foundation's Money Matters: Make It Count program in partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of America teaches teens basic money management skills to help them save, spend, and invest wisely.


  • Approximately 650,000 teens have completed the program
  • 1,700 Boys & Girls Clubs offer the program across the U.S. and on military bases worldwide
  • More than $516,000 awarded in college scholarships through 2016
  • 86% of American teens say they want to learn about personal finance before making mistakes in the real world1



In today's complex financial world, people of all ages and backgrounds are seeking help on the basics of personal finance. That's why Schwab created its award-winning Schwab MoneyWise website and workshops, tackling the topic of money management with hands-on tools and language that's clear, straightforward and engaging.  


  • $3,800 is the average American family savings account balance2
  • Half of American households have no retirement savings3
  • $28,950 is the average student loan debt for 2012 college graduates4
  • One-third of Americans ages 30-79 believe a 401(k) is a good place to turn for a loan or withdrawal if they need cash5



Schwab Pro Bono Challenge 

Our latest volunteering program invites local nonprofits to work with teams of experienced Schwab employees on specific business or operational challenges, enabling these high-impact organizations to do even more good in the community. To learn more, view the slideshow below or watch the video here

Charles Schwab Foundation provides financial support to a variety of charities and community events selected by Schwab employees.

  • $4+ million given annually to directly support nonprofit organizations
  • 2,200+ nonprofit organizations received financial support in 2014
  • $3.27 million given in employee gifts and matching donations in 2014
  • Approximately $150,000+ given in employee board-service grants in 2014 

Read Our Grant Selection Criteria

Charles Schwab Foundation provides direct grants to nonprofit organizations that support Schwab's commitment to financial literacy and respond to local cultural and social needs.


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1 2011 Charles Schwab Teens & Money Survey

2 Federal Reserve data, 2012

3 Government Accountability Office data, 2015

4 Project on Student Debt, 2014

5 2014 Charles Schwab Money Myths Survey

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