Where to Give
Granting options:

Giving to charity

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Grant Apple

After you’ve funded your Schwab Charitable™ account, you can recommend grants of $50 or more to any eligible charity.

A variety of tools and resources can help you explore charities.

To recommend a grant online, just log in to your account or use the Schwab Mobile app.¹ You can then recommend a new grant recipient or use express granting for a charity you’ve previously designated, which streamlines the process and saves you time.

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You may also recommend a grant by completing a Recommend a Grant to Charity form and returning it by fax or mail.

You can customize your donations with personalized grant letterhead—featuring the name of your account—or choose to remain anonymous.

Supporting charities during COVID-19

The global coronavirus pandemic has affected our families and communities in numerous ways, and many donors are wondering how they can help. With almost two million nonprofits in the U.S., including thousands of local community foundations, it can be overwhelming to know where to start.

Read this article to help you identify your giving priorities and guide your search for charities that are offering support and relief during this disaster.

Find the right charities

Find charities that align with your giving goals. Search for a specific cause, or research the effectiveness or background of charities with these resources.

Finding charities

International giving

We have a number of ways to accommodate international giving. To make the process easier, more efficient, and less costly, we offer guidance from our International Granting Specialists.

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