Philanthropy

FedEx has built a global network serving more than 220 countries and territories and moving over 8 million packages every single day. We are proud of the ways we connect the world and believe our responsibility to provide access to opportunity extends beyond our customers.

We’re committed to supporting the communities we serve through strategic investment of our people, resources and network within three focus areas.

FedEx is also proud to support the efforts of United Way and ORBIS International.

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Disaster relief is in our DNA. For decades, FedEx has used our nearly 700 planes, 75,000 trucks and the world’s most powerful and versatile transportation and logistics network to deliver critical supplies, services and expertise to support victims of disaster.

FedEx is interested in supporting organizations that help keep child pedestrians safe through increasing awareness and knowledge of pedestrian safety as an issue, helping change unsafe child pedestrian behaviors, and/or creating environmental improvements to keep child pedestrians safe in local communities

At FedEx, we believe that the success of our business and the future of our environment are deeply intertwined. Our focus is simple: to connect the world in responsible and resourceful ways. Our commitment starts with our operations but also extends to include environmental stewardship in the communities we serve.

From Harlem to Hong Kong, from São Paulo to Sydney, the world of FedEx is all about connecting people, places and cultures. To meet the needs of a diverse customer base, we reflect that diversity within our organization and celebrate it in the communities we serve.

Our investments in education target innovative solutions to closing the achievement gap and prioritize programs that create and teach Access.

FedEx is committed to actively supporting the communities we serve through strategic investment of our people, resources and network.

Disaster relief is in our DNA. For decades, FedEx has used our nearly 700 planes, 75,000 trucks and the world’s most powerful and versatile transportation and logistics network to deliver critical supplies, services and expertise to support victims of disaster.