Fluor Grant Guidelines and Procedures

Grant Eligibility

Grants are only made to organizations that are 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations or qualifying non-governmental organizations. An emphasis is placed on programmatic and operating support. Special event and fundraising support is generally not considered. Priority is given to organizations that align to Fluor’s strategic focus areas and provide opportunities for employee volunteerism. Fluor’s key focus areas are: Education, Social Services, Community and Economic Development and Environment.

Please note: Fluor does not seek and rarely funds unsolicited grant applications and project proposals. Fluor typically chooses to work with community organizations with which we have established or proactively developed relationships.

Fluor does not support:

  • Organizations that are not a U.S. 501(c)3 public charity or registered non-governmental organization (NGO)
  • Grants to individuals
  • Sectarian or denominational religious organizations
  • Political organizations, activities, parties or candidates
  • Fraternal or labor organizations
  • Entertainment events
  • School-related bands and athletic/team events
  • Freelance films, video tapes, or audio productions
  • Courtesy advertising, including program books and yearbooks

Grant Application Procedures

Applicants are requested to review the above grant guidelines to determine eligibility for consideration prior to submitting an application. In the United States, Fluor only accepts requests through our online process. If you are based in a country other than the United States, click here to contact your local community relations representative.

To assist in determining grant eligibility, we include an online pre-qualification process. If your organization meets pre-qualification requirements, you will then have the ability to submit a grant application. The application includes narrative sections that ask for a summary of the organization, a description of the proposed project for which funding is being requested and output and impact details that would be made possible as a result of funding from Fluor as well as budget details. We encourage you to review the following information prior to beginning the online grant application process:

Fluor will respond via email to the submitting organization confirming receipt of the grant application. If, after review of the application, any additional information is required, Fluor will notify you via email, including details of what is required and how to submit the information.

Applicants may submit one grant application per calendar year, whether successful in receiving a grant or not.