Nonprofit board placement program
Pitney Bowes Strategic Philanthropy:
Pitney Bowes focuses its philanthropic efforts on literacy and education initiatives that close the achievement gap and develop the future workforce. Because we value our employees and the importance of connecting to our communities, we also support our employees’ personal community involvement through matching gifts and volunteer grant programs. We also engage teams of employee volunteers who support our grantmaking and volunteer activities in the following locations where the company has high concentrations of employees:
- Fairfield County, Connecticut (Stamford, Danbury, Shelton, Bridgeport)
- Hartford, Connecticut
- Washington, D.C.
- Waltham / Boston, Massachusetts
- Grand Rapids / Lansing / Detroit, Michigan
- Albany / Troy, New York
- Dallas, Texas
- Atlanta, Georgia
- Spokane, Washington
- Appleton, Wisconsin
To further our community impact and to also provide opportunities for employee development, the company seeks to place employees in leadership positions on the boards of our grantee organizations and other charities whose missions further our philanthropic goals. If your charity's mission is focused on closing the academic achievement gap or developing the workforce at the national level or in the above communities, and you are interested in identifying a Pitney Bowes employee to serve on your organization's board, Please complete our Nonprofit Board Opportunity Survey.Every connection is a new opportunity. For more details on our giving programs, visit our Corporate Responsibility report.
Nonprofit Board Member Recruitment Assistance:
We will do our best to identify an individual who is interested in learning more about your board opportunity and to make an introduction.
Disclaimer: While we will make every effort to accommodate your request, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to provide a referral, that any referral will lead to placement of an employee on your organization's board (as either an individual or a representative of the company), or that funding will be available to meet financial requirements related to board service.