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At Broadridge, we put our core values into action to identify meaningful ways to engage with our communities to make local impact and effect lasting social change. Through the Broadridge Foundation we direct resources to charitable causes, develop community-focused action plans, and provide donation-matching, among other efforts. We empower Broadridge associates to lead and participate in projects that matter to them and their communities.
Our legacy of supporting youth, and our lasting partnerships with non-profits that work to serve them, led us to concentrate our efforts on helping at-risk youth. We believe that every child should have the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. Yet, for far too many youth around the world, gaining access to a basic education is challenging – even impossible. Broadridge is committed to changing that reality by committing our time, talents and resources to removing barriers to learning and supporting educational programs that help at-risk youth to reach their full potential.
Mamidipudi Venkatarangaiya (MV) Foundation-Residential Bridge Camps
In partnership with the India-based MV Foundation, Broadridge helps in housing, feeding and educating children who have been subjected to child labor by providing complete financial support of boarding schools known as Residential Bridge Camps. Over the years, hundreds of our associates have volunteered their time at the school to care for, coach, and mentor the students.
Sri Vidhyas Centre for the Special Children
We have also supported the Sri Vidhyas Centre, an institution where physically and mentally challenged children from all backgrounds can learn the skills needed to live a productive life. Through contributions from Broadridge and our associates, the school constructed a five-story learning center in Hyderabad, India.
Through our support of Nirmaan’s Scholarship and Mentoring program, we are able to provide young women who come from lower- and middle-class families with scholarships as well as 1:1 mentorship and career counseling. In particular, the goal of the mentorship is to pair the students with an expert who can provide guidance especially on the STEM fields of study.
The partnership with Nirmaan also provides funding to their pilot ICU hospital program, which adds critical care and infrastructure in rural hospitals.
In keeping with our corporate purpose to enable better financial lives, we believe that it’s critical to lend our expertise to young adults, especially those in underserved communities. Broadridge has partnered with the SIFMA Foundation and its “Invest It Forward” campaign to teach critical financial skills and decision-making strategies to young adults that provide tools that strengthen their economic opportunities as well as a solid foundation for a career in finance when they exit the classroom.
We provide both financial resources and processing infrastructure for educational initiatives, such as the Stock Market Game. In addition, Broadridge associates have volunteered their time and skills to facilitate learning in classrooms to promote youth financial capabilities.
Through a partnership with VE, we have engaged with schools in Newark, New Jersey, and Long Island, New York, to deliver global business simulations that allow students to develop the business, professional, technology, and financial literacy skills for future success through hands-on entrepreneurial experiences. With the help of Broadridge volunteers, students test drive potential careers and develop in-demand skills and competencies that postsecondary institutions and employers are seeking.
With our partner NPower, Broadridge aims to provide STEM-related educational opportunities to disadvantaged young adults. Through financial underwriting of NPower’s Tech Fundamentals, Cybersecurity and Cloud Computing programs, and the volunteer efforts of Broadridge associates, we provide free technical classes and resources that strongly position young individuals for a career in information technology. Our partnership has also allowed us to develop a diverse and inclusive talent pipeline that helps create pathways to economic prosperity through tech skills training and job placement.
Through Broadridge’s sponsorship of the Viscardi Center’s PROSPER (People Reaching Opportunities to Succeed Personally, Educationally and Realistically) program in Brentwood, Long Island, we can help at-risk 11th and 12th grade students find the importance of a quality education. The program seeks to fill the gaps for students who may be at risk for dropping out of high school, and gives them a chance for academic or employment success. The program incorporates career assessments, career guidance, counseling and tutoring related to students’ short and long-range vocational interests.
Through the TMCF, Broadridge provides scholarships to students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s) and Predominantly Black Institutions (PBI’s). Additionally, Broadridge associates provide advice and support to the scholars through mentorship and educational workshops throughout the academic year. Broadridge also provides internships, and full-time job opportunities through TMCF.
Giving back and volunteerism is deeply rooted in our company’s culture and values. Our associates are passionate and involved citizens in their local communities and around the world, contributing their money, time and talents to causes great and small. Here’s how we support them.
Our Matching Gift Program make a dollar for dollar match up to $3,000 (or country equivalent) annually to help our associates and directors leverage their personal contributions to non-profit organizations globally.
To support our associates’ valuable community involvement and participation in volunteer-related activities, Broadridge offers up to three days annually of paid time off for eligible volunteer activities.
Through local Volunteer Councils, Broadridge associates take on leadership roles to coordinate volunteer opportunities, connect with the community, increase employee engagement and promote teamwork. Examples of the meaningful work our associate-led councils have done include: packing meals to provide to students who would otherwise go hungry outside of school, building homes for those in need, and mentoring students at local high schools.
Throughout the month of November each year, Broadridge associates come together to Make A Difference by participating in team-building volunteer events and giving campaigns with our non-profit partners. This is our opportunity to give back to the communities where we live and work, and to showcase the strength of our culture.
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