HSBC and its employees are connected and committed to their customers and to their communities-the cities, towns and neighborhoods where we all live, work and play. HSBC and its employees have partnered with many nonprofit organizations to provide financial resources and volunteer assistance in hundreds of communities across the country. HSBC support programs focused on community development, education, financial literacy and the environment. Some of the programs and initiatives HSBC participates in include:
- HSBC Community Development: HSBC helps revitalize our communities through partnerships with community groups, signature products and services that meet local credit needs, and the provision of accessible and convenient banking services.
- YourMoneyCounts®: HSBC’s YourMoneyCounts® helps consumers become more knowledgeable about money matters with easy-to-understand explanations – from banking, borrowing money, and building a solid financial foundation, to protecting yourself online, understanding why allocation works, and more.
- Junior Achievement: HSBC has partnered with Junior Achievement since 1942 to present financial and economic education classes to underprivileged, inner city youth. Aiming to strengthen and prepare future generations, our employees volunteer to help thousands of students gain financial literacy skills.
- HSBC Made for Trade: HSBC Made for Trade is a national conversation with leaders in business, government, industry and academia about the role of global trade in today’s economy. This national tour looks at the contribution of the international flow of goods, services and capital to the U.S. economy, and the opportunities for American businesses brought about by global trade.
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