Every day Capital One associates are invested in the communities where they live and work through volunteer and mentoring activities, leadership on nonprofit boards, and pro bono service to local nonprofit organizations.
During OneWeek, Capital One’s seven-day annual community service initiative, more than 15,000 Capital One associate volunteers spent over 52,000 hours working in their communities and participating in 1,300 projects to help those communities thrive.
Supporting The Intersect Fund, a nonprofit micro lender in New Jersey, is one of several Sandy recovery efforts that Capital One has committed to since the storm's devastating and ongoing effect.
Capital One’s "Investing for Good Awards" support nonprofits in Central Virginia in four key building blocks of economic opportunity: affordable housing, small business and workforce development, education and financial literacy.
- Teacher's Wish To Alleviate Hunger Comes True
Dec 19, 2014
- Capital One Invests in Revitalization of South Dallas, Texas
Aug 20, 2014
- Capital One Recognized as One of America's Top 50 Community-Minded Companies
Dec 6, 2013
- Women's Empowerment Session Highlights COF Service
Nov 6, 2013
- Volunteers in Richmond Work on Beautification Project
Oct 25, 2013 View More...
- Making Investments in Youth Unemployment
Mar 18, 2014
- Hiring our Heroes: Businesses Have a Mission to Accomplish
Jul 23, 2013
- Putting Books in Children's Lives
Oct 12, 2012
- Castle Gardens–Where Second Chances Flourish
Sep 6, 2012