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  • At U.S. Bank, we’re actively engaged in developing, strengthening and energizing our diverse communities.

 
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    You have many ways to get involved.

    Whether it’s by volunteering your time at one of thousands of events across the country, or making a contribution to a charity that’s affected you, we’ll support you however you choose to make a difference.

 
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  • U.S. Bank Volunteers*

    U.S. Bank empowers every employee to be a leader both at work and in the community, and through our U.S. Bank Volunteers program, employees can help our communities thrive. The program features the Community Possible Employee Center, powered by CyberGrants, that helps employees find an opportunity to lend their skills at one of U.S. Bank’s nonprofit partners or any nonprofit organization of interest. Use the volunteer site to track hours, locate volunteer opportunities and apply for Dollars for Doing and Matching Gifts.

    Click here to go to the Community Possible Employee Center.

  • We also support community involvement through the U.S. Bank Volunteer Day. This program offers employees up to 16 hours of paid time off. In 2017, U.S. Bank employees reported 188,000+ hours of volunteer time serving their communities.

    Visit the Volunteer T-shirt intranet site for information on how to order your volunteer shirt.


 
  • Foundation Giving

    U.S. Bank contributes to the strength and health of our communities through the U.S. Bank Foundation, Employee Matching Gift ProgramDollars for Doing, the Community Relations Corporate Giving Program and nonprofit sponsorships.

    Each year, we provide cash contributions to nonprofit organizations in our grant priority areas of education, affordable housing and economic opportunity, and artistic and cultural enrichment. In 2017, the U.S. Bank Foundation provided more than $23.7 million in grant funding. Of that amount, more than $2.4 million was Matching Gifts and Dollars for Doing.

 
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  • Business Resource Groups

    Whether you’re looking for personal or professional development or want to make a difference in your community, business resource groups put it all at your fingertips. 

     

    Business Resource Groups bring together employees who have similar backgrounds, experiences or interests and their allies. Business Resource Groups provide employees with opportunities to network, learn, develop leadership skills and contribute powerfully to our company and the community. Our current Business Resource Groups include African American, Alumni, Asian Heritage, Development Network, Disability, Native American, Nosotros Latinos, Proud to Serve, Spectrum LGBTQ and U.S. Bank Women.

     

     

    Development Network

    The Development Network includes 59 geographically-based chapters made up of employees who volunteer their time to plan more than 1,900 events each year, based on suggestions from employees within the chapter. The Development Network provides employees with opportunities to develop professionally and personally, as well as volunteer in the communities where we live and work. 

     

Explore the map of Development Network chapters

 
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  • Employee Assistance Fund

    The U.S. Bank Employee Assistance Fund (EAF) helps employees when they need help the most.

     

    The EAF is funded primarily by employee contributions.

    Since it began in 2008, it has granted almost $10 million to more than 2,600 employees.

“I want to express my appreciation for the EAF providing family and me an opportunity to put financial strains behind us and have a bright future to look forward to. The EAF stepped in and made a huge difference in the outcome of our finances. As we prepare to celebrate Christmas, we are very thankful that I work for such a great organization.”

“I feel truly blessed to have a wonderful company provide this program for distressed employees, and amazing colleagues who contribute so generously in the fund. My family owes an abundance of thankfulness to the EAF!”

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