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The Actuarial Foundation proudly launches a new brand!

"This new branding initiative signfies the Foundation's commitment to the future and our efforts to appeal to a wider audience as the innovative and forward-thinking philanthrophy for actuaries in the United States."

The Actuarial Foundation will celebrate #GivingTuesday 2016

The Foundation is proud to participate in #Giving Tuesday 2016. Join us on Tuesday, November 29, 2016 as we raise awareness and funds to enhance math education and financial literacy. Thank you for your support!


The Actuarial Foundation receives a grant from Voya Financial

Voya Financial generously partners with the Foundation each year to provide financial literacy education materials to its community schools.

The Actuarial Foundation awards 63 scholarships for 2016!

The Foundation awarded 63 college students with $172,000 in scholarships for 2016. Here is the distribution of students receiving each scholarship:

The Foundation receives a grant from Zurich North America!

The Actuarial Foundation is proud and grateful to be a recipient of a grant from Zurich North America. The grant will be used to support the Foundation's youth programs.

Advancing Student Achievement Math Grants in the News

Read an article recently published in the New Times San Luis Opisbo featuring teacher Chris de Firmian's successful Skateboard Building Program with an Advancing Student Achievement Math Grant from The Actuarial Foundation.

Innovative Things are Happening with Advancing Student Achievement™ Math Grants!

Read how teachers all over the country are creatively implementing Advancing Student Achievementmath grants to make math engaging and memorable for their students.

Latest Videos


The Actuarial Foundation 2016 Loyalty Society Video

The Loyalty Society was established to recognize consistent, long-time donors to the Foundation. The video highlights what the generosity and steady support of these donors has helped the Foundation to accomplish.

Project Math Minds 2015

The Actuarial Foundation supports mathematics achievement among students in grades 4-12 through an array of hands-on, real-world resources.

The Actuarial Foundation Celebrates 20 Years of Making a Difference

As the Foundation marks this important milestone, this video takes a look back at twenty years of successful programs and resources.

Foundation Resources Impact Teachers, Consumers and Students

View the latest Foundation video and see how our educational outreach efforts are helping teachers, consumers and students.

A New Way to Tell the Foundation's Story

Watch this video for a new perspective on the Foundation's mission and impacts.

The Foundation Makes its Public Television Debut

The award-winning public television series, In Focus, hosted by Martin Sheen, asked the Foundation to partner with them for a public television segment on financial literacy.

Terry Savage Speaks out on Behalf of the Foundation

Chicago icon and personal financial expert Terry Savage has high praise for The Actuarial Foundation.

Rebuild Math Classrooms

Rebuild Math Classrooms

See the difference the Rebuild Math Classrooms effort has made after such natural disasters as Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Sandy and an F5 tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.

Rebuild Math Classrooms, Moore Oklahoma, 2013

The overwhelmingly generous response to the most recent Rebuild Math Classrooms effort fulfilled Moore Public Schools' grant request for $100,000 to replace math materials destroyed in an F5 tornado.

Rebuild Math Classrooms, Nassau County, New York, 2012

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, many schools in New York and New Jersey were faced with severe water damage and the contamination of classrooms and materials. Through the Rebuild Math Classrooms effort, six

schools received needed math manipulative and other materials, thanks to the generous support of our donors.

Rebuild Math Classrooms, Gulf Coast, Louisiana and Mississippi, 2005

Watch a compelling video and read testimonials from educators about the impacts the Rebuild Math Classrooms initiative made to the rebuilding efforts of schools along the Gulf Coast following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.