Good corporate citizenship has been one of Fidelity's core values since the company was founded. Fidelity is committed to being a good corporate citizen in all of the communities we work and live in.
Every year, thousands of Fidelity employees volunteer their time to help make a difference in communities around the country. Whether they're rolling up their sleeves to plant community gardens, serving meals to the homeless, participating in the American Heart Walk, or tutoring inner-city children, they're passionate about change, and they're achieving it every day. Do you want to make a difference? At Fidelity, you can. Here's how.
Your personal commitment
Fidelity Cares, After 5 Program - Last year, Fidelity employees contributed over 30,000 hours to working with nonprofit organizations across the country to help support local communities. Whatever your interests-education, literacy, homelessness, or health care issues-we can help you find a volunteer opportunity that matches your passion.
Fidelity's business commitment
Fidelity CharitableSM - Fidelity Charitable was established with the mission of providing programs that make charitable giving simple and effective. Fidelity offers an employee-match program, matching gifts to accredited schools, colleges, and universities, while Fidelity Charitable offers reduced account minimums to employees.
Our joint commitment
Environmental stewardship - Fidelity has a history of establishing and maintaining high standards of environmental responsibility.
- A member of the U.S. Green Building Council, we are leading the charge for eco-friendly building design, including best practices in energy and water conservation, recycling, atmospheric emissions, and waste and land management.
- Fidelity recycles more than 3 million pounds of paper each year in the New England region.
- Fidelity's focus on energy efficiency has resulted in savings of 40 million kilowatt-hours of electricity since 2002 - a reduction in greenhouse gases equivalent to removing 4,800 cars from the road or planting 7,600 acres of forest.