B:CIVIC founding member Fidelity Investments believes they have a responsibility to future generations, which for them means being a good neighbor and steward of the environment, and showing continuous improvement in everything they do.
They put those values to work when more than 120 Fidelity Investments volunteers, including friends and family, descended on three metro Denver Boys & Girls Clubs last Saturday to complete 15 projects at the Johnson, Cope and Boettcher Clubs. Volunteers added mulch to playgrounds, cleared weeds from play areas, brightened teen centers, deep cleaned, painted, and built gardening areas, furniture, and storage units.
It was all part of the Fidelity Cares program, and looking at the smiles of the volunteers in the picture above, it’s clear they enjoy giving back as part of team “Fidelity Cares.”
The Fidelity Cares program works to ensure children receive a quality, foundational education delivered in an environment that helps them thrive. What special about the Boys & Girls Club of Metro Denver? They serve 150-225 children daily, providing them with at least one meal, and an enriching space, and all for a $2 per year membership fee. Certainly, a worthy organization aligning beautifully with the values of Fidelity Cares!
Fidelity Investments’ corporate citizenship encompasses a commitment to education and financial literacy, sharing technology know-how, partnering with nonprofits, and environmental sustainability.