Guggenheim Partners recently launched a new Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative, Guggenheim Community Impact, to drive employee volunteerism and maximize the firm’s collective impact.
Guggenheim Community Impact (GCI) aimed to honor and strengthen the firm’s principles of stewardship and collaboration by enabling employees to step forward and give back to local communities where they work and live.
Guggenheim’s inaugural two-week campaign brought together more than 600 volunteers who participated in a wide range of activities from revitalizing public parks to mentoring children. Guggenheim CSR organized more than 30 volunteer events with 28 non-profit organizations.
“Our summer service campaign, Guggenheim Community Impact, reinforces our commitment to driving social change,” said Head of CSR Lauren Coape-Arnold. “The Corporate Social Responsibility Team thanks all of our nonprofit partners and all of our employees who collaborated to step forward and give back to our communities.”