Disaster and climate resilience
We support communities in times of special need, such as in the event of natural disasters, that affect the people and markets we serve.
National, regional and local governments, and non-governmental organizations rely on Trimble technologies to prepare for and react to the challenges created by natural disasters.
When major natural disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis, wildfires and floods occur, Trimble has a long history of donating equipment, money and time to assist communities in the recovery effort and to help them prepare for future resilience.
The Marshall Fire destroyed over 1,000 homes near our office in Westminster, CO. Trimble Foundation Fund was engaged to match employee donations in support of Community Foundation Boulder County's Wildfire Fund.
When wildfires and hurricanes struck the U.S. in 2020, Trimble Foundation helped keep American Red Cross volunteers working to comfort those in need.
Trimble Foundation helped grow EWB-USA's capacity to train and develop more qualified engieners to expand their efforts to provide engineering assistance in response to natural disasters worldwide.
Team Rubicon turned to Trimble to support its Ready Reserve Fund, allowing volunteers to help underserved communities affected by low-attention disasters.
As part of its humanitarian support for Ukraine, the Trimble Foundation is partnering with The HALO Trust to expand its capacity to remove landmines, unexploded ordnance and explosive hazards from civilian areas to create safer communities.
Support for Water For People helps supply more safe drinking water and sanitation services in India. A lack of water negatively impacts health and hygiene and can impede education and advancement in rural populations, particularly for females.