These benefits are for US official Intel retirees only.

Updated 01/23/2018

Quick Link to Donation Tool Benevity for both Intel Matching Gifts and Intel Involved Volunteer Matching Grants programs.

Intel Retiree skills and energy bring great value to our communities. For retirees that retired under one of Intel’s formal retirement programs, Intel increases the value of your volunteering by donating $10 for each hour you volunteer to most non-profit 501(c)3 under the Intel Involved Matching Grant Program.   This is the same program provided to Intel employees.  Retiree hours are added to employee hours to determine matching grant amounts.  Hours can be reported at anytime using the Donation Tool Benevity but all must be reported by January 15th of the following year.   For complete details on the program see, Intel Involved Matching Grant Program.  For more information on reporting hours, see Tips for Reporting Volunteer Hours.

For specific questions, go to the FAQs.

If you have a question about reported hours or a specific non-profit’s grant status, contact retiree.volunteers@intel.com.  The IRO Volunteer committee is in contact with the Intel folks that manage the local and general  volunteer programs.  If you have general questions or recommendations about the Intel Involved Retiree benefit, please send them to our mailbox.

Here is the current 2017 Payout Report.  Please note this report includes employees and retireesHere are some of the retiree volunteer stories.


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