• Grid/collage with headshot photos of 29 Autodesk Foundation-supported 2023 E4C Fellows.

    Welcoming the 2023 E4C Fellows

    In 2023, the Autodesk Foundation is supporting its third cohort of Engineering for Change (E4C) Fellows—29 early-career tech professionals working with Autodesk Foundation portfolio organizations to complete impact projects advancing the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.

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    New video highlights how the Autodesk Foundation catalyzes industry transformation

    The Autodesk Foundation supports innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing social and environmental challenges. Watch our new overview video to learn how our unique approach to philanthropy is catalyzing industry transformation globally.

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    The Autodesk Foundation celebrates a successful 2022 E4C Summer Fellowship

    Following the success of its inaugural Engineering for Change (E4C) Summer Fellowship in 2021, the Autodesk Foundation supported another 25 E4C Summer Fellows in 2022 who worked on engineering projects spanning 15 countries and five continents, advancing 12 of the United Nations' 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

  • Graphic lockup of three new Autodesk Foundation Board members: Trenton Arthur, Vice President, Product Management, Autodesk, Inc.; Haresh Khoobchandani, Vice President, Sales, APAC, Autodesk, Inc.; and Dara Treseder, Chief Marketing Officer, Autodesk, Inc.

    The Autodesk Foundation expands its board of directors

    The Autodesk Foundation welcomes three new members to its board of directors: Trenton Arthur, Vice President, Product Management, Autodesk, Inc.; Haresh Khoobchandani, Vice President, Sales, APAC, Autodesk, Inc.; and Dara Treseder, Chief Marketing Officer, Autodesk, Inc.

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    FY22 Impact Report: A message from Autodesk Foundation leadership

    Image courtesy of Bridges to Prosperity By Christine Stoner, Executive Director, Autodesk Foundation and Jean Shia, Managing Director, Impact Investment and Management, Autodesk Foundation At a time when humanity is reeling—from the pandemic and its aftershocks to the scorching effects of climate change—we find reason to hope in the vision, tenacity, and innovation of the…

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    Our investment in Pallet

    By Beth Foster and Kate McElligott 1.6 billion lack adequate shelter There are currently 1.6 billion people worldwide who lack adequate shelter, and more than half a million people in the United States experiencing homelessness. And as climate change accelerates, homelessness due to sudden-onset natural disasters will increase. Since 2008, an average of 25 million…

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    2022 Tech Lead Development Program

    Autodesk Foundation’s first Tech Lead Development Program is designed to facilitate learning for the most in-demand nontechnical skills.

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    Autodesk Barcelona’s culture of giving

    For the past two years in Autodesk’s Barcelona Office, the Giving Back Committee has kept up a steady drumbeat of pro bono and volunteer opportunities for nearly 600 Autodeskers in Barcelona. Year-round work culminates in an annual auction raising 15,000 euros The December Holiday Auction, where employees bid on items like restaurant vouchers and personal…

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    Customizing pro bono for legal expertise

    Attorneys Susie Berg and Jeff Kaban were still relatively new to Autodesk when they volunteered to develop a pro bono program for the Autodesk Legal Department in 2020. With pandemic lockdowns in full effect and racial justice protests nationwide, it was a tumultuous but opportune time to create the program. “A lot of issues that…

  • Autodesk employees’ connection to giving and community

    Global Month of Giving at Autodesk kicks off on Giving Tuesday, November 30th, a time to foster and celebrate the generosity, hope, and connection created through charitable giving. Each year, Autodesk employees are eligible for up to $5,000 in matching funds from the Autodesk Foundation, doubling the impact of their charitable giving to communities and…