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Corporate Philanthropy
 
Phire Corporate Philanthropy
Our Philosophy

At Phire, we are committed to creating meaningful change in the communities we serve through our philanthropic efforts, associate volunteerism, community development activities, and support of arts and culture programming.

 

Our current philanthropic efforts focus on families and children – two special concerns that reflect our corporate values and the interest of our management and employees.

Software License Grants

One way Phire gives is by providing the Software License of Phire Architect free of charge to selected charitable organizations in the United States. To be eligible for the grant, you must meet the following qualifications.

  • Charitable organization in the United States
  • Must be tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code
  • Not be classified as a private foundation
  • Be selected by Phire (not all charitable organizations will be selected)
Grant Programs

We are building strong, healthy neighborhoods where all of us live, work and dream by investing in innovative programs designed to serve local community needs. Working in partnership with community leaders, Phire directs the majority of our giving through local grants that address pressing social, economic, and cultural needs of our local Washington DC metro area community. In addition, we partner with national organizations to direct resources to local communities.

Associate Commitment

At Phire, we are proud to support our associates who give their time, energy and financial resources to create better neighborhoods in the communities we serve. Through generous Matching Gifts and Volunteer programs, we encourage associates to direct charitable giving to organizations they support financially or through volunteerism.

Matching Gifts

Phire matches each contribution made by an associate with these guidelines.

  • Charitable organizations in the United States
  • Must be tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and not be classified as a private foundation
  • Gifts must be personal contributions paid either in cash or securities
  • Donations must be individual contributions provided by the associate and not a collection of donations from other parties (i.e., no pooled or collective funds)
  • The contribution must be actually paid, not simply pledged
  • Associates must complete an application and have the recipient organization verify the gift
 
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