Supporting our communities through philanthropy and volunteerism.
Concur provides more than 5,000 employees with 32 hours of paid volunteer time each year.
Concur supports nonprofit organizations through grant funding, donations and strategic partnerships.
Partnering to provide access to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education programs for underprivileged youth and young women.
Providing donations to organizations that are on the ground and providing immediate aid when disaster strikes.
Supporting philanthropic programs to build and empower our local communities through the arts.
Supporting organizations that are responding to environmental needs. Purchasing carbon offsets to run our conferences from 100% renewable energy.
Partnering with health organizations dedicated to research and finding cures for life-threatening illnesses.
Concur partners with Agastya, an NGO in India that works tirelessly to provide India’s rural youth population access to STEM education through simple, hands-on, and project based learning. Agastya has served more than eight million students since its inception in 1999.
In support of our mission to provide STEM education to local youth who would not otherwise have access to such programs, Concur sponsored an initiative for 17 elementary schools to provide grade-level engineering challenges, computer science, STEM-art integration and after-school STEM and robotics enrichment for students.
Ending MS, which affects more than 2.3 million people worldwide, has been a collective and personal mission for leaders and employees at Concur. Our specific efforts include sponsoring Bike MS, one of the largest organized biking events in the U.S., and fielding an extensive team of cyclists for the event each year.
In an effort to reduce our footprint, all of Concur’s Fusion customer events are run on 100 percent renewable energy.
After multiple devastating typhoons in the Northeast Philippines, Concur partnered with the Department of Education and the National Bookstore Foundation to provide more than 850 learning kits to local students.