Impact in action

The Autodesk Foundation combines financial capital and in-kind resources to catalyze and scale the next generation of innovations.

Image courtesy of Build Health International

Impact in action

  • BamCore

    BamCore is leaning into comprehensive support from the Autodesk Foundation, accessing design and engineering expertise to achieve their climate-positive vision.

  • Row of colorful homes in Bogota, Colombia

    Build Change

    Autodesk software solutions are equipping Build Change to retrofit 650,000+ homes in Bogotá, Colombia to be earthquake-resistant.

  • Rendering of a hospital

    Build Health International

    Technology training services helped Build Health International design and build an energy-efficient 13,600-square-foot hospital in rural Haiti.

  • Two people consult on a bridge in Rwanda

    Bridges to Prosperity

    A pro bono team of Autodesk employees helped Bridges to Prosperity bring its site visit program online during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Girl uses a drinking fountain in Ethiopia


    Catalytic funding from the Autodesk Foundation helped Splash International build a proof of concept for handwashing and drinking stations produced at scale.

  • A group of women sit in a field in India

    Sangam Ventures

    Sangam Ventures, an emerging climate venture fund, rebooted its marketing strategy to draw new investors with community-centered solutions in India with the support of an Autodesk pro bono team.

  • A greenhouse in a field in India


    A team of Autodesk pro bono consultants worked with Indian start-up Kheyti to lower costs and installation times for its signature “Greenhouse-in-a-Box” product.

  • A person using Nexleaf’s vaccine temperature monitoring system in Kenya

    Nexleaf Analytics

    To help support life-saving vaccine distribution in low-to-middle-income countries, a pro bono team of Autodesk employees worked with Nexleaf Analytics to develop a data visualization dashboard.