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Organizations we serve

Helping those who do good, do better

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Organizations we serve

The bank for change-makers

Why we help organizations

Our vision is to be the financial institution for progressive people and organizations that are living and working to make the world more just, more compassionate and more sustainable.

We believe in supporting the common good, being fair and equitable, passionately involved and putting the customer first.

We believe it is incredibly important to understand each client's specific financial objectives. We then provide uncompromising customer attention to help them achieve success.

Joseph Bae

Vice President, Product & Client Services

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Why Amalgamated? 

95 Years

of supporting financial equity by providing access to banking products and services

$1.5MM+

donations to progressive causes and nonprofits in 2017

B Corp

meeting high standards of social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency

How we’re different

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Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV)

It’s #BankingOnValues Day, a time when ethical citizens and leading change-makers around the world come together to celebrate the social, economic, and environmental good that responsible finance can generate.

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green energy

Sustainability and a commitment to protecting the environment are important to Amalgamated Bank and the communities we serve. So, it was natural for us to testify last month before the Council of the District of Columbia to support the Green Finance Authority Establishment Act, which would bolster financial support for sustainability programs in Washington D.C.

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Fight for $15

Right now, despite many bank CEOs making tens of millions of dollars each year, the average bank teller makes just $25,800. Here in New York, 39 percent of bank tellers are forced to rely on public assistance programs just to make ends meet. This is morally wrong, yes, but it's also just bad business.