Charitable Giving

U.S. Bank contributes to the strength and health of our communities through the U.S. Bank Foundation and Corporate Giving. Total annual funding for both programs reached $53 million in 2015.

U.S. Bank Foundation

Strong communities are built upon strong foundations.  To build those strong foundations, U.S. Bank invests in innovative programs designed to serve local community needs.  We add strength and vitality to our communities through the U.S. Bank Foundation, Employee Matching Gift Program, Dollars for Doing and Corporate Contributions.

Through the U.S. Bank Foundation Community Possible platform, we invest our time, resources and passion in economic development by supporting efforts to create stable jobs, better homes and vibrant communities. In 2015, the U.S. Bank Foundation provided $25.5 million in grant funding and matching gifts and dollars for doing contributions.

Corporate Giving

Nonprofit donations and sponsorships are an integral part of our company's philanthropic initiatives. In 2015, U.S. Bank contributed more than $27.5 million in corporate contributions and nonprofit sponsorships.

Employee Matching Gift

The U.S. Bank Foundation will consider matching qualifying contributions of cash and stock made by U.S. Bank employees to nonprofit organizations or higher education institutions on a dollar-for-dollar basis from a minimum of $50 up to an annual maximum of $1,000 per employee, or $3,000 for employees serving on nonprofit boards.

Dollars for Doing

The Dollars for Doing program is designed to support employee volunteer efforts in the community with a monetary donation to nonprofits where they volunteer. This program will consider matching employee volunteer time with a qualifying nonprofit organization at a rate of $5 per hour up to 40 hours per calendar year.

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