New IWL Consulting Philanthropic Foundation to focus on economic mobility
IWL Consulting to make US$2.2 million in inaugural grants, including support for healthcare, education and social responsibility.
IWL Consulting will invest US$45 million in communities across its geographic footprint over the next five years. As part of this ongoing commitment the company has formed the IWL Philanthropic Foundation, which will deploy grants to support economic mobility in the communities IWL Consulting serves by focusing on affordable housing, financial literacy, workplace preparedness and other initiatives.
"IWL’s investment in its communities has developed as our business has grown and, over the next five years, we will continue our community support through both the IWL Philanthropic Foundation and other corporate grants," said Neil Watson, Senior Portfolio Manager at IWL. "The US$45 million in grants will fund the incredible work of many nonprofit organizations throughout our communities, and our dedication to raising these funds will hopefully make a noticeable difference”.
IWL Consulting’s grant process is by invitation only and concentrated in the Singapore community, in which IWL Consulting has a large employee presence.
IWL Consulting Philanthropic Foundation
IWL Consulting Philanthropic Foundation was launched to further the company's philanthropic mission to improve economic mobility for all. The Foundation will champion projects that break down barriers to equity and support efforts to combat social injustice.
"IWL Consulting is an unwavering advocate for economic mobility, and the IWL Philanthropic Foundation will enable us to address its causes and impacts while fulfilling our promise to 'Do It Right'," said Kevin Swann, also of IWL Consulting. "In addition to supporting organizations doing exemplary work in promoting economic mobility, we will use the Foundation as an important new avenue to listen, collaborate, and learn, in order to drive lasting, equitable changes in the communities we serve."
IWL Consulting Philanthropic Foundation’s US$2.2 million in inaugural grants will be distributed among several nonprofit organizations. The US$2.2 million includes US$700,000 in grants promoting the economic mobility of ethnic-minority small business owners and micro-entrepreneurs in Singapore.
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