Corporate Giving

H.B. Fuller STEM Funding

Our philanthropic vision is to help young people grow into productive, successful adults. We are proud to support initiatives around the world that prepare the next generation of leaders and innovators.

H.B. Fuller's corporate giving is focused STEM - science, technology, engineering and math - education and youth leadership development. Funding is available in the communities surrounding H.B. Fuller’s headquarters in St. Paul, Minnesota, and several North America locations where the company operates. Additional funding is directed to key projects in locations outside the US and are made by invitation only. 

Click here for a link to our grant guidelines  (STEM and Youth Leadership or Racial Equity Fund) and application instructions

Minnesota STEM and Youth Leadership Grants

H.B. Fuller conducts two grant cycles per year for the communities surrounding our St. Paul, Minnesota headquarters. Applications accepted March 1-31 and August 1-31.

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North America STEM and Youth Leadership Grants

H.B. Fuller conducts an annual grant cycle in the following communities where we operate: Atlanta, Georgia; Chicago, Illinois; Grand Rapids, Michigan; Michigan Center, Michigan; Paducah, Kentucky; Peabody, Massachusetts; Rexdale, Ontario; Simpsonville, South Carolina; South Bend, Indiana; and Vancouver, Washington. Applications accepted April 1 – July 31.

New North America Application
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Minnesota Racial Equity Fund

The H.B. Fuller Company Foundation is expanding its philanthropic focus to address the systemic racism experienced by the black community and other people of color. The Racial Equity Fund will support organizations in the Twin Cities metropolitan area that are working to address racial inequities in the areas of employment, education and community safety. Applications for the inaugural round will be accepted August 1-31, 2020.

Racial Equity Fund Application 
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Contact the H.B. Fuller Foundation with any questions. 

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