The TTEC Foundation is committed to effecting positive change in the communities where TTEC employees live and work.
We believe education is the foundation of a successful community. We strive to bring students around the world the tools, technology, and access to services they need to flourish.
To support our employees' passion for making a sustainable and positive impact in their communities.
To apply our resources and expertise to transform the educational experience for students of greatest need.
We help students on the path to lifelong success by investing in the cornerstones of education.
Ensuring students have access to books has always been a foundation priority. Our employees play an important role in helping children around the world enhance their reading skills. We’ve funded school-wide literacy nights in Florida, brought an innovative program combining the joys of reading and golf to children in Colorado, and supplied books to schools in Mexico and the Philippines, among other initiatives.
We know having access to modern technology opens doors and enhances educational opportunities for children. We’ve donated iPads, computers, printers, projectors, smart boards, and other tools to schools in low-income communities. In addition, our Information Technology team provides consultation and technology support to many education organizations.
State-of-the-art learning environments
The foundation brings cutting-edge learning tools to schools. Our funding helped support renovations and construction at a school in Brazil, which included an interactive sound park to expose students to sensory experiences and musical exploration. And when natural disasters devastate schools, we are there to help. We’ve helped rebuild and furnish an earthquake-stricken school in Haiti, as well as renovate a typhoon-damaged school library in the Philippines.
School supplies and support
Children can’t concentrate on learning if they don’t have the basic supplies and supports they need. We bring school supplies to students and provide funding to groups like the Boys and Girls Club and Junior Achievement, which offer after-school programs and other wraparound supports to students. We’ve supported a program in Mexico that helps students with intellectual disabilities stay academically on track during the pandemic, and an organization in Canada that helps adolescents who have experienced trauma.
How you can help
TTEC employees can submit grant requests independently and on behalf
of an organization, by visiting the TTEC Foundation space on Mosaic.
The TTEC Foundation is employee-driven, meaning
any TTEC employee can sponsor a non-profit organization
focused on education in their community. To begin
the grant request process, follow the simple
steps outlined in the TTEC Foundation space on Mosaic.
The foundation only accepts sponsorship requests from
organizations that come through a TTEC employee. If you
are working with one of our employees to submit a grant
request, please complete our short eligibility quiz and
online grant request form.
Each quarter, the foundation’s Board of Directors meets to
review all grant request submissions. Accordingly, foundation staff
will respond to all grant requests based on the following timelines: