Strengthening Communities Through Volunteerism

Through a broad array of volunteer efforts and resources from the Pitney Bowes Foundation, our colleagues engage in efforts to strengthen our communities worldwide.

Scroll through the page to read about the diverse ways our colleagues are making a difference worldwide.

New Zealand

In New Zealand, our staff filled 41 special Christmas shoeboxes on behalf of the Catalytic Foundation. Each child received something to love, something to play with, something for school, something to wear and essential items like toothbrush/toothpaste, shampoo/conditioner and body wash.




United States



IT Team Renovates Julia Day Nursery’s Outdoor Learning Space

7 members of our IT team took to the great outdoors to mulch, plant, clean and paint the Julia Day Nursery in Ansonia, CT.

Marketing Team beautifies Bartlett Arboretum’s outdoor space

Our Marketing team gathered at Bartlett Arboretum in Stamford, Connecticut, to spruce up trails, weed and mulch, remove invasive species, and widen and add new crushed stone to a long pathway between the Arboretum’s Perennial Garden and Great Lawn.

Read Aloud with Reading is Fundamental

Colleagues from our Home Office location also volunteered to do a read-aloud recording of Reading Is Fundamental books. The videos are being shared with young readers in Stamford Public Schools to help them hone their reading skills by reading along with the videos.

Boys & Girls Club

Our Shelton colleagues collected and delivered hundreds of school supplies to students served by their local Boys & Girls Club.


Phoenix, Arizona, team members donated toys through Arizona Helping Hands.


Rancho Dominguez, California, team members adopted a family and fulfilled the wishes of five children and also collected toys for patients in the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

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North Carolina

Charlotte, North Carolina, volunteers conducted a two-week pencil and paper drive to help our local "Classroom Central," which collects school supplies and then allows local teachers to come shop for their classrooms for free.


Salvation Army

Our colleagues in Levittown, Pennsylvania, partnered with the Salvation Army to provide families with gloves, socks, hats, scarves and family board games for local families in need.


Grand Prairie, Texas, colleagues donated food and toys for families in need during the holiday season through Mission of Arlington Metroplex.