people and communityunlocking potential
2 min read | february 27, 2022
Last year, we communicated our commitment to addressing barriers to equity, which included a $15 million pledge to support Black employees and the Black community. This commitment is based on four strategic pillars: education, job creation, talent and leadership development, and community and small business partnerships.
We also took this opportunity to evaluate how we advance racial equity in the Black community. Our intent is that the investments we have made in the past, and continue to make, create long-lasting impact in the communities in which we work and partner. Our investments stretch outside of monetary contribution, and encompass volunteerism, mentorship and roadways that we hope will lead to generational impact – and believe our workforce will be better for it.
East Oakland Youth Development Center tells one of many inspiring stories about the impact and value of supporting local communities.
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