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Autodesk Foundation FY22 Impact Report
Facilitating financial capital, technology, and talent resources to de-risk impact innovations.
In fiscal year 2022, the Autodesk Foundation’s portfolio of nonprofits and startups received an aggregate of approximately $9.7 million in funding and achieved the following:
metric tons of CO2e of GHG emissions reduced.
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individuals reached with resilient solutions in housing and infrastructure, energy access, agricultural productivity, and workforce development (cumulative since fiscal year 2020).
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people placed in new or improved jobs, including 13,400 (90%) with an annual income increase of $5,000 or more.
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The Autodesk Foundation supports innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing social and environmental challenges. Through our deployment of catalytic capital, we de-risk innovations that are transforming industries to be more sustainable, equitable, and resilient. The Autodesk Foundation combines financial capital with in-kind resources to catalyze and scale the next generation of innovations, ranging from direct air capture to rapid shelter solutions.
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Vartega is embracing circularity in manufacturing with carbon fiber recycling.
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Build Change retrofits homes in Bogotá, Colombia, using an innovative cloud-based tool.
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Pallet manufactures rapid-response shelter villages to provide dignified, transitional housing in a community setting.
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In fiscal year 2022, Autodesk donated $41.3 million+ in software licenses to more than 2,600 organizations worldwide through it's Technology Impact Program.
During fiscal year 2022, employees contributed 23,100 volunteer hours, including 5,400 pro bono consulting volunteer hours.