The Sprint Foundation offers grants to eligible entities that focus on education, youth development, arts and culture, the environment and other critical areas. The current priorities supported by the foundation are:
Education: The Sprint Foundation is committed to supporting urban K–12 education and has a particular focus on character–education initiatives for this important age range.
Arts and culture: The Sprint Foundation supports visual– and performing–arts organizations, theaters, symphonies, museums, and other cultural organizations and activities that contribute to a thriving and diverse community.
Youth development: The Sprint Foundation supports mentoring programs, leadership initiatives, social skills, volunteerism, and programs that support business and economic education for youth. We support programs like Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Camp Fire, and Boys and Girls Clubs. Additional information regarding ineligible organizations can be found in the Ineligible Request section below.
Community development: Sprint and the Sprint Foundation support regional initiatives that contribute to a strong civic infrastructure and a vibrant, healthy community.
Disaster relief - Sprint and the Sprint Foundation support emergency relief and rebuilding efforts in order to help families and entire communities get back on their feet.
The Sprint Foundation is unable to fund requests for the following groups or programs: