At U.S. Bank we believe in acting ethically, honestly and with integrity. It is ingrained in all we do as an organization and how we interact with our customers. This belief and commitment expands to how we do business and how we approach working with other businesses. Our Corporate Social Responsibility Policy provides the framework for how we integrate our values into our daily business practices and interactions.

U.S. Bancorp’s Corporate Social Responsibility Report reflects our positive impact on the environment, society and the communities we serve. The report showcases our extensive employee volunteerism, community lending and investments, charitable giving programs, diversity and inclusion and environmental initiatives.

Message from Andy Cecere, U.S. Bank President and CEO

Banks have been the cornerstone of communities for generations – and it is a role we embrace at U.S. Bank.

At U.S. Bank, we invest our time, resources and passion to build and support vibrant communities that allow every person to work toward their possible.

We are fueled by a commitment to do the right thing and that commitment has been recognized by organizations like the Ethisphere Institute, which has named us a World’s Most Ethical Company three years in a row. Every dollar we pledge, every hour we volunteer and every step we take toward building stronger financial futures, is an opportunity to establish trust and lay a foundation that leads to sustained, positive change. We call this approach Community Possible.

There are 73,000 of us working together every day to create sustained, positive change. We are proud to be a cornerstone of the community because we know our business is built on the foundation of trust and that trust begins at Home, Work and Play.

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