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Corporate Citizenship
Spirit employees donating blood in the Spirit AeroSystems blood donation center. Spirit employees donating blood in the Spirit AeroSystems blood donation center.

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Corporate Grants

Spirit AeroSystems is a generous partner in local communities. Each year the company makes corporate grants to support the communities where employees live and work. Spirit supports programs in the areas of health and human services, civic involvement, the arts and education.

In the U.S., Spirit donates primarily to 501(c)(3) organizations, public universities or colleges, and K–12 schools and districts.

First-Time Applicants

To be considered for a Spirit corporate grant, please follow the “Apply Now” link below to take the eligibility survey, create a password and submit the online application.

Spirit employees holding donation check given to local nonprofit Folds of Honor.

Schools, Colleges and Universities

U.S. organizations need a 501(c)(3)-qualified tax ID number or NCES ID (K-12 schools/districts) to apply.

Individual K–12 schools must provide both their NCES district ID (seven digits) and school ID (five digits).

Most public U.S. universities or colleges will need to apply using the tax ID for their 501(c)(3) charitable foundation or development office.

Universities, colleges and school districts filing under a U.S. 501(c)(3) should use financial information included in their 990 Form filed with the IRS. If a non-501(c)(3) public organization files for a grant, only fill out relevant portions of the application.

Questions? Contact Spirit.

For more information about Spirit AeroSystems Corporate Grants, please contact Spirit Community Relations:

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