Global Citizenship
Letter from our CEOSocial Impact of the GPUFY11 Citizenship Report

Goals and Progress

2010 Community Goals
Employee Engagement
Add Volunteer Time Matching Program for U.S. employees
US employees can request a $50 grant for every five hours they volunteer in the community.
Launch Volunteer Recognition Program – 25 applications in first submission
Received 45 submissions from global employees in first submission, recognized four of these with $500 grants.
Increase the number of offices holding volunteer events from 12 to 18
New offices include: Beaverton, Ore.; Fort Collins, Colo.; St Louis, Mo.; Bedford, Mass.; Durham, N.C. and Würselen, Germany.
Transformative Impact
Return High Impact Grant Program funding levels to previous $50,000 per grant
See 2010 High Impact Grant recipients.

2011 Community Goals
Transformative Impact
Double Project Inspire participation
Initiate pilot program for Compute the Cure initiative
Employee Engagement
Increase the number of offices holding volunteer events from 18 to 22
Launch payroll donation program for our India offices, engaging 1,000 new employees
Increase U.S. matching dollars from $500 per employee to $750
Partner with Human Resources to launch employee awareness and prevention initiative for Compute the Cure
Employee Communications
Develop videos for grant recipients that better explain to employees the Foundation's impact
Research social media tools as method for improving employee involvement in Foundation initiatives as well as encourage partnership among employees