Corporate Social Responsibility
Deutsche Bank’s commitment to serving communities in the Americas is grounded in a longstanding tradition of social responsibility. While advocating for a just society, CSR Americas pursues a strategy of equity and inclusion through a program of loans, grants and investments. Throughout its philanthropic pillars—community development, education (Born to Be) and social and creative enterprise (Made for Good)—the bank applies an asset-based approach that highlights communities’ strengths and supports stakeholder-led strategies for creating social and economic opportunity. CSR Americas partners across the firm as well, promoting a culture of citizenship and developing employees’ capacity to effect positive social change.
Art, Culture and Sport
Our Global Footprint
Honor for outstanding volunteer service
Deutsche Bank was recognized again by the City of New York as one of its most civically engaged businesses.
Addressing racial injustice together
The recent acts of racism occur in tandem with unprecedented tragedy. As COVID-19 passes 100,000 US deaths and economic fallout continues, disproportionately affecting Black communities, the tragic and unjust deaths of George Floyd and several other Black citizens have unveiled a nationwide outcry for justice.
A History of Support for Black Communities
This timeline presents Deutsche Bank’s longstanding commitment to Black communities in the US. These grants and advocacy initiatives represent the combined efforts of Corporate Social Responsibility Americas, Diversity & Inclusion, the Multicultural Partnership and the Black Leadership Forum.