Corporate and social responsibility

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Founded to support the city's union workers, Amalgamated plans to grow by financing socially responsible causes

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Effective July 1, Amalgamated will become the first bank to offer a $20 minimum wage building on its leadership in the ‘Fight for $15’

For 96 years, social responsibility has been embedded into our products, policies, programs, operations and mission. So two years ago when we were recognized by B Lab as a company that meets their rigorous standards for social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency, it was an important third party endorsement.

Today, we became the first bank in the United States to endorse the United Nation’s Principles for Responsible Banking. The Principles for Responsible Banking provide the framework for the sustainable banking system of the future.

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Amalgamated Bank (Nasdaq: AMAL) today announced that it has endorsed and committed to aligning its business to the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative’s Principles for Responsible Banking, making it the first U.S.-based bank to do so.

With the launch of the “Hate Is Not Charitable Campaign”, the Amalgamated Foundation announced to the world that we would not sit quietly while organizations that promote hate continue to work the system to benefit their abhorrent actions.

In strong job markets, such as the one we’re experiencing now, employers face the reality of a potentially fleeting workforce. An abundance of jobs, paired with the rise of transferable skills and the newfound mobility that workers enjoy, leaves companies with the task of continuously coming up with new and innovative ways to keep talent.

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Philanthropists, foundations and donor advised fund providers take a stand against funding hatred.

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Loans enable over 2,000 California and Florida property owners to finance energy efficient projects for their homes 
 

At the end of every year, people often take time to reflect on the year that was and what can be done to improve in the year ahead. The slate is wiped clean and resolutions are made, often complete with gym memberships, diet plans or book clubs.