OppenheimerFunds Aims to Introduce 10,000 Kids by 2020 to Math Literacy

OppenheimerFunds believes in taking an active, hands-on approach to helping the communities where we work and live.

Math literacy is a critical skill for the next generation to acquire throughout their education. According to the National Assessment of Educational Program, 37% of American 12th graders were academically prepared for college math in 2015. In addition, only 7% of U.S. students reached advanced level eight-grade math.1

To help address this issue, OppenheimerFunds launched its 10,000 Kids by 2020 initiative to introduce and engage 10,000 students in math literacy programs through non-profit partnerships and active employee volunteerism.


To further advance this goal and others, employees have the opportunity to make a difference with a wide range of organizations and causes through our firm’s Volunteer Time-Off (VTOP), Local Community Support, including global volunteering opportunities, and a Matching Gift Program.

The firm works closely with organizations to provide employees with impactful and sustainable service opportunities and skills-based volunteer programs in locations around the world.

OppenheimerFunds has key partnerships with non-profit organizations including:

  • The National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath)
  • The Boys and Girls Club
  • Cross-Cultural Solutions (CCS)
  • Common Impact
  • As well as various volunteer projects across our communities

2017 Impact

  1. ^Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS), 2003 Report.