From July 8 to 26, Guggenheim Partners hosted its third-annual Guggenheim Community Impact (GCI), the firm’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) summer volunteer campaign.
Guggenheim Community Impact drives volunteerism and maximizes the firm’s collective impact. Each year, the campaign advances Guggenheim’s commitment to positive, scalable social change while promoting our guiding principles of integrity, excellence, and stewardship across our communities and offices.
Guggenheim’s three-week campaign brought together more than 800 volunteers who participated in a variety of activities including hosting an outdoor field day for pediatric patients and beautifying local communities. Guggenheim CSR organized more than 50 volunteer events with 45 non-profit organizations, resulting in employees contributing approximately 2,000 hours of service. This year saw a 15 percent increase in service hours and a 19 percent increase in employee participation.
“I am proud that my colleagues are dedicated not just to our clients and partners, but also to each other and the communities where we live and work,” said Head of CSR Lauren Coape-Arnold. “During GCI, this dedication becomes real, and you can see it in the energy and passion of our employees who go out into our communities to step forward and give back. Thank you to all of our volunteers and non-profit partners for working together to drive social change.”
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