Community Support & Engagement

Corporate Charity Program

Amundi Pioneer has a strong history of charitable giving and active employee engagement in the community. Over many decades, the company and its employees have collectively donated millions of dollars to charitable organizations. As a firm, we believe that being a responsible corporate citizen helps build trust and confidence in our organization among our clients, business partners and the communities where we do business.

Through the Amundi Pioneer Helping Others program, we seek to foster a culture of community support, employee participation in charitable activities, and fundraising. We are committed to helping charities at a corporate level and encouraging our employees to actively support non-profit organizations that provide important social benefits.

Our Mission

Our corporate grants program is focused on supporting at-risk children and families, and children's education. In addition, we actively encourage employee engagement in charitable activities.

How we Help

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Corporate Grants

Our corporate grants support organizations that provide a range of support and services for those most in need in our communities.

For many years, we have proudly supported organizations that provide shelter and services for vulnerable families and children. We also support organizations that provide support for the education of at-risk children through innovative reading and writing programs.

 
Encouraging Employee Engagement in Socially Committed Activities

Each year, Amundi Pioneer supports employee participation in a wide range of charitable activities, including fundraising charity events, volunteering, and donations of clothing, school supplies, toys, food, or other items for families and children in need.

 
Matching Gift Program

We offer a matching gift program for our employees that increases the value and impact of their personal charitable donations. Our matching gift program includes either 1-for-1 matches or 2-for-1 matches for each dollar donated by an employee to an eligible non-profit organization, subject to certain limits.

Who We Help

    

Rosie's Place

Mission: To provide a safe and nurturing environment that helps poor and homeless women maintain their dignity, seek opportunity and find security in their lives.

The Home for Little Wanderers

Mission: To ensure the healthy behavioral, emotional, social and educational development and physical well-being of children and families living in at-risk circumstances.

On the Rise

Mission: To create a community where women have the relationships, safety, and resources they need to move out of homelessness.

   

Room to Grow

Mission: Is really about prevention, because we enter into the lives of children from the very beginning, when their capacity to grow, learn and thrive is entirely available.

Best Buddies

Mission: To establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).

Thompson Island Outward Bound

Mission: To provide adventurous and challenging experiential learning programs that inspire character development, compassion, community service, environmental responsibility, and academic achievement.

   

First Literacy

Mission: To ensure that adults with low-literacy or limited English proficiency have high-quality educational opportunities that enable them to thrive as individuals and as family members, in their workplaces, and in their communities.

826 Boston

Mission: To build communities of empowered young writers who will succeed in school, attend college, and carry with them a life-long love of writing and reading.

    

Raising a Reader

Mission: To engage caregivers in a routine of book sharing with their children from birth through age eight to foster healthy brain development, healthy relationships, a love of reading, and the literacy skills critical for school success.

Employee Support & Participation

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