FIDELITY FOUNDATIONScam Email Warning
Several scam emails and letters claiming to be from or associated with the Fidelity Foundation are circulating on the Internet.
In recent emails, recipients are notified they have been selected through an electronic computer ballot system to receive a grant from the Fidelity Foundation. In some instances, recipients are instructed to provide personal information to a contact office in London.
These emails, accompanying materials, and claims are in no way associated with the Fidelity Foundation, Edward C. Johnson 3d, or foundation trustees. The Fidelity Foundation does not award random grants or unsolicited funds nor do we ask for information from our grantees outside a Proposal Review process. We recommend not responding to emails making such claims.
Updated May 21, 2010
Established in 1965, the Fidelity Foundation is a private, independent, nonprofit entity that has focused its grant program on strengthening nonprofit organizations of regional or national importance throughout the United States. The Fidelity Foundation's grant program reflects our commitment to quality and continuous improvement. We seek to support major initiatives that nonprofits take to reach new levels of achievement.
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