For decades, Goodrich has enhanced our local communities with financial and volunteer support. We give to make a difference in each of the communities where we live and work. Goodrich gives in two ways: 1) through our local business units; and 2) through the Goodrich Foundation.
Giving through the local business units
Goodrich believes its vitality as a business is linked with the quality of life in the communities where it operates. We are committed to supporting these communities through programs targeted in specific giving focus areas. To request support for a program of local interest, please read the Frequently Asked Questions, as well as our Giving Focus page. Then contact the Goodrich business unit in your area to find out how to seek local support. To find your local Goodrich business unit, check our Locations Guide.
Goodrich Foundation is the charitable arm of Goodrich Corporation. The Foundation was formed in 1988 through a contribution by Goodrich Corporation. It provides support to selected national groups, charitable organizations and educational institutions that have the potential for widespread impact in Goodrich’s U.S. headquarters and plant communities. To request support for a program of national interest or one that has the potential for widespread impact, please read the Frequently Asked Questions, as well as our Giving Focus page. Then go to How to Apply to learn more about seeking Foundation support, and to apply online. All applications for Goodrich Foundation funding are to be submitted online only. Mailed applications will not be considered.
Please note that Goodrich will not support organizations that discriminate because of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, or any areas covered by any applicable federal, state or local laws.
Our local Charlotte office recently gave back to its local community through Habitat for Humanity. Take a look at the build.