We’ve added $100 million to our ongoing support to organizations addressing critical needs, helping to increase medical response capacity, focus on vulnerable populations and help address food insecurity.
Taking action to support our communities, clients and teammates
See how we’re addressing the health and humanitarian crisis, advancing racial equality and economic opportunity, and supporting small businesses.
Equal access to education
Equal access to education is critical to the health of our communities and our economy. The coronavirus and its impact on society have shone an even brighter light on many long-standing economic and racial inequalities across the country. Including at America's schools. These school systems are working to end inequality in education and create opportunity for their students after graduation.
Conducting a way of life
The Metropolitan Youth Orchestra uses music to teach life skills to Indianapolis students, even while they are unable to gather together in person.
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Meet the Blue Angels of Tucson
Founded fifty years ago, Tucson’s El Rio Health Center keeps finding new ways to keep patients safe and healthy.
Uncovering critical needs in one South Carolina community
Stepped-up meal assistance for seniors during the coronavirus helped create a roadmap for solving longer-term problems in one South Carolina community.
Overcoming PPE shortages for those most in need
We're working with local partners to provide PPE to vulnerable and underserved communities hardest hit by the coronavirus.
What it will take to realize true equality
In times of need, local nonprofits provide critical support to underserved communities.
Back to work and helping others
The El Paso Community Foundation launches an innovative jobs program that hires laid-off restaurant staff to help feed others in need.
Grady Memorial: staying true to the people it serves
How Atlanta’s Grady Memorial Hospital is staying true to its mission of serving the community’s most vulnerable
Providing Nashville with help and hope
How this nonprofit delivers meals, hot showers and more to Nashville’s homeless