Impact 2017

This year’s Corporate Social Responsibility Impact Report highlights support to causes like housing the homeless, increasing financial literacy access, working with veterans, park restoration, feeding the hungry and much more.

Impact 2017
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2017 Corporate Social Responsibility Impact Report

 

This year’s Corporate Social Responsibility Impact Report highlights support to causes like housing the homeless, increasing financial literacy access, working with veterans, park restoration, feeding the hungry and much more.

Giving back isn’t just an extracurricular activity, it’s a charge FSR member companies take with great pride.  Let’s make 2018 another successful year for corporate social responsibility!

 

 

 

 

 

Video Companies of the Week


Over 8,000 Employees Across the Nation Volunteer on KeyCorp’s Neighbors Make the Difference Day

During KeyCorp’s 26th annual Neighbor’s Make the Difference Day, the bank closed a large number of their branches, and gave their employees paid time off to participate in various community service activities.  Every year, KeyCorp employees across the country choose the volunteer project they are passionate about and get to work. Watch as KeyCorp Chairman and CEO Beth Mooney talks about Neighbor’s Make the Difference Day.

 

 

Toyota Financial Services Supports The Boys and Girls Club with New Backpacks During Back-to-School Celebration

 

With summer quickly coming to an end, parents and students are getting ready for the new school year. Toyota Financial Services (TFS) saw this is an opportunity to help parents of The Boys and Girls Clubs of Collin County by providing students with new backpacks filled with school supplies. Mike Groff, President and CEO of Toyota Financial Services, kicked off the celebration and joined over 50 TFS volunteers in local McKinney, Texas. The volunteers hosted a party with games, dance contests, face painting and financial literacy activities.