The Polaris Foundation is dedicated to long-term investment in the communities where we live and in which we do business.
Providing Polaris with a quality work force and creating healthy communities where our employees live is central to our vision. Product donations are made in the following priority areas: Youth Safety, Community Development, and Environment and Land Access.
The Polaris Foundation places a priority on requests received from organizations within communities in which our manufacturing and distribution centers are located. These locations are:
Spirit Lake, IA
Polaris Foundation Focus Areas:
Community Development – Assist in creating strong, vibrant communities where our employees live, work and play.
Youth Safety – Increase youth awareness on safe riding practices.
Environment and Land Access – Promote land access and responsible use of trails and the environment.
You must be a 501(c)(3) organization to apply for a Polaris Foundation grant.
Restrictions: The Polaris Foundation will not consider requests for the following:
Politically affiliated programs.
Religious affiliated programs.
International or foreign-based programs.
Organizations that have received a grant from the Polaris Foundation in the last three years.
Organizations that discriminate on the basis of age, color, citizenship, disability, disabled veteran status, gender, race, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, military service or status, or Vietnam-era veteran status.