Charles & Helen Schwab Foundation

Charles & Helen Schwab Foundation

Charles & Helen Schwab Foundation

Overview
Date Founded

1989

Headquarters

530 Lytton Avenue,Suite 200,Palo Alto, CA 94301

Charitable Causes

Student Services

Industries

Other Business & Consulting Services
Government
Social Interest

Company Description

The Charles and Helen Schwab Foundation believes that every person has the potential and deserves the opportunity to lead a happy and productive life. A quality education holds the key to much of this. Today, many young people in California and beyond are denied the education they deserve. The status quo has not served them well. We seek out organizations that turn the tables on this unacceptable reality to ensure that each student reaches his or her full potential. This is our primary focus. The Foundation also recognizes that human suffering takes many different forms and affects people from all walks of life. For this reason, we also support organizations which alleviate suffering, take aim at its root cause and give people a fair shot at their own success. For more than twenty years, the Foundation has had the privilege of collaborating with organizations and individuals who are leaders in their fields. Their work has informed and extended our own. We have learned both from our successes and our failures about the challenges of making a measurable impact. And while our primary focus is California, we recognize that positive impact here will come from those working within and beyond our geographic boundaries. We have enormous respect for the leadership, passion and ingenuity shown by so many working to transform the lives of others. We will continue to seek out organizations which share these qualities and which work tirelessly to make the world a better place. The Charles and Helen Schwab Foundation was established by Charles and Helen Schwab in 1987. It is a private foundation and is separate from The Charles Schwab Corporation and from the Charles Schwab Corporate Foundation.

Executives & Employees

Executive Director

Managing Director, Schwab Learning

Administrative Director

Director-Research & Special Projects

Creative Director/Design

Co-Founder

Director-Information Technology

Board of Directors

Founder at The Charles Schwab Corp.

Founder at Charles & Helen Schwab Foundation

Former Professional at Columbia Park Boys and Girls Club

Former President & Chief Executive Officer at San Francisco Symphony

Patient Advocacy Advisor at AllStripes Research, Inc.

Former Chief Administrative Officer & Executive Vice President at The Charles Schwab Corp.

Chief Operating Officer at Wealth Enhancement Group, LLC

Executive Vice President at The Charles Schwab Corp.

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