We established the InterDigital Foundation to facilitate and support efforts to build a more sustainable and equitable future, and through this program, we have committed to donating a percentage of our yearly operating income to charitable contributions. In addition to philanthropic donations, InterDigital upholds this mission through employee impact programs, educational initiatives, and other activities.

Charitable Contributions

In 2020, InterDigital donated nearly 1% to a variety of charitable activities around the world, including causes supporting COVID relief, tech education inlocal communities, and diversity campaigns.

InterDigital is committed to supporting organizations and causes within this mission.

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Zip Code Wilmington

Zip Code Wilmington is Delaware’s first non-profit coding academy, established to foster the state’s diverse and career-ready tech talent pipeline and support the economic development of the region. In partnership with InterDigital, Zip Code Wilmington launched B1ue N0te™, a youth training initiative designed to provide industry-standard computer programming and web development training to Delaware’s high school juniors and seniors. Launched statewide in 2020, the B1ue N0te program is currently available at three participating high schools in each of the state’s counties. Additional high schools will be invited to participate in the future.

Delaware State University - Training Lab

In 2015, InterDigital announced a partnership grant to Delaware State University, a historically Black college and university (HBCU), to support the next generation of engineers, scientists, and innovators. Leveraging funds from our $300,000 grant to the College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology, Delaware State University has established a cutting-edge wireless communications training lab. To date, the facility has trained more than 300 undergraduate and graduate engineering and computer science students and provided vital infrastructure for teaching professors and faculty. What began as a grant to equip young people with resources to become engineers and business leaders has produced a valuable training lab serving the Black and Brown innovators and leaders of tomorrow.