The Interactive Intelligence Foundation funds nonprofit organizations that support our charitable goals. The foundation's primary philanthropic focus centers on fostering life improvements for at-risk youth. Requests for funds are evaluated annually in December for the following year. Typical grant awards range from $5,000 to $20,000 USD per organization.

For 2016-2017, the grant recipients are:

Chaucies PlaceChaucie’s Place is a child advocacy organization in Hamilton County that focuses on the prevention of child sexual abuse and youth suicide. Chaucie’s Place is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit that opened its doors on April 30, 2001. Chaucie’s Place educates both children and adults through our prevention and education programs Smart Steps: A Body Safety Program for Children©, Stewards of Children® and Lifelines, our newest program that addresses youth suicide.
Childrens FriendChildren's Friend is Rhode Island's oldest child welfare organization and a leading provider of child welfare, family support, mental health, and child development services. Children’s Friend serves more than 30,000 of Rhode Island's most vulnerable  children and their families each year.
Christel House AcademyChristel House Academy provides an outstanding education to an underserved population while maintaining high standards of academic rigor, efficiency and accountability.
Girls Inc of Greater IndianapolisGirls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold, enabling them to be confident in their own skin, prepared for their futures, proud of who they are, and ready to take their place in the world.

Since 1980 housed in a three car garage, Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana has grown as hunger has grown—fighting the crisis in central Indiana every step of the way. Our mission is simple: To lead the fight against hunger.

Happy HollowHappy Hollow Children’s Camp, Inc. a private not-for-profit organization accredited by the American Camp Association and part of the United Way of Central Indiana, provides educational and outdoor residential camping programs which are designed to increase the understanding of the environment for children, ages 7-14 years. Children from financially disadvantaged families from Indianapolis and surrounding counties, and children with certain special health needs from throughout Indiana participate in a safe, supportive and supervised learning environment at Happy Hollow Camp in Nashville, Indiana.
IDEWThe Informatics: Diversity-Enhanced Workforce (iDEW) initiative addresses local and national IT/informatics workforce needs through community partnerships, attracting diverse high school students to informatics subjects with interesting, innovative and engaging programs, mentorship support, and development of skills and knowledge, providing a successful and diverse workforce that can power the digital economy.
Indiana Blind Childrens FoundationThe mission of the Indiana Blind Children’s Foundation (IBCF) is to invest in children with visual impairments so each child will thrive in school and daily life. IBCF is a philanthropic foundation that financially supports the unique work of the Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired.
For 35 years The Julian Center has been supporting victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other life crises. Our mission is to provide the services victims need to recover and build a life absent of abuse. Those services include counseling, safe shelter, case management, advocacy, education, transitional housing, and affordable housing. Through outreach and consultation, we also seek to educate the community about the issue of domestic violence and its impact on all our lives. Our programs and services are designed to contribute to a significant reduction in the incidence of domestic violence and sexual assault, to support survivors in healing, and to help break the intergenerational cycle of abuse.
Note in the Pocket believes it is unacceptable that children are limited in their educational and social development because they do not have appropriate clothes for school. We provide clothing to impoverished and homeless children in Wake County.
pennylanePenny Lane’s mission is to foster hopes and dreams by empowering children, youth and families to reach their highest potential. Penny Lane Centers care for over 1,400 abused and neglected children and youth. We provide therapeutic residential services and education for teenagers, foster family home placements, adoption service, transitional housing for young adults and outpatient mental health services for children and youth from Penny lane, other agencies and area schools.
Teach for AmericaWith an unprecedented alignment of state, municipal, and school efforts to create city-wide change, the educational outlook in Indianapolis at this moment is one of great hope. In 2011, the Indiana state legislature passed one of the most comprehensive packages of education legislation in the country’s history—creating a climate of innovation at the school and district level. In the community, there are a wide range of organizations that are mobilizing parents, teachers, civic leaders, nonprofits, corporations, and foundations around a shared vision for change. Indianapolis is deeply committed to expanding quality educational options for students at every level.
tracSATRAC South Africa is a national, non-profit programme, the objective of which is to support science and technology education in South African secondary schools. The TRAC programme was first introduced into South Africa from the USA in 1994. TRAC SA is autonomous, and has its head office in the Department of Civil Engineering at Stellenbosch University.