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Corporate Giving: Committed to funding change

We’re invested in creating long-term partnerships that strengthen communities, help tackle social challenges and solve complex problems. Through The Prudential Foundation and corporate contributions, we’ve made more than $850 million in grants and corporate contributions to nonprofit organizations to date, helping more people create a more secure future.

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A Partnership For Building Opportunities

Prudential is one of the largest corporate supporters of YouthBuild, a program that helps opportunity youth – young people ages 16 to 24 who are not employed nor in school – find pathways to meaningful employment by learning construction skills. Through PGIM Real Estate, we’re leveraging PGIM’s global partner network to support and train YouthBuild graduates and help place them in quality jobs.

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Unlocking The Wellness Effect

Through our unique three-year, $5 million partnership with the Aspen Institute, we aim to promote broader reforms in both labor and financial markets creating opportunities for all Americans to achieve financial security.

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Working faster to save children's lives

In addition to Prudential’s impact investments, Prudential is the largest corporate donor to the Mercury Fund, which provides immediate deployment at the onset of disasters and emergencies.

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Opening the doors to history

Prudential is a proud supporter of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History & Culture in Washington, D.C. Through this partnership, we look to help spark an important dialogue about the rich, complex history of our country and how together, our diverse perspectives and backgrounds contribute to our shared success.

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Financial security for America's diverse communities

In a Prudential study, more than one-third of Latinos said they are "neither a saver nor an investor'' as they manage more immediate expenses. The Prudential Foundation grant to UnidosUS’ Financial Access and Retirement Security Project aims to change that.