Every day, we work together to make a difference around the world.
Our women and men volunteer thousands of hours to nonprofits in the communities where we work, live, and serve our customers. At the corporate level, our global charitable giving program reflects three broad social themes: safety, security, and disaster preparedness and relief.
Corporate Citizenship Reports
At AIG, we know that our commitment to operating as a responsible corporate citizen is central to our success as a business. Our 2015 Corporate Citizenship Report shares how we’re making an impact in our communities around the world to help create a safer and more secure future for all.
Making a Difference
From Beijing to Boston, AIG employees volunteered more than 70,000 hours to help a wide variety of nonprofits during 2015.
“We all walked away from this event feeling like we truly made a difference in the lives of these struggling families,” said Ellen Garlitz, an AIG Account Manager who volunteered in Ohio. “I am so glad that AIG employees spent our time here today.”
We are proud to be a member of the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation (IICF), a nonprofit organization that helps communities and enriches lives with the support of the insurance industry. To learn more about AIG Global Volunteer Month’s impact in communities, check out IICF’s 2016 Philanthropic Showcase.
AIG donates two dollars for every dollar donated by our employees to qualifying charitable organizations that they are passionate about – up to $5,000 per year.
We also support our employees’ donation of time and expertise by providing each of them with two paid “volunteer days” each year.
The range of our nonprofit collaborations reflects the diversity of our people.
AIG helps our partners make a difference, whether they’re reducing traffic fatalities in Asia, enriching education in Europe, or providing a micro-insurance safety net to vulnerable families in Latin America, Africa, and India.
AIG is proud to support our employees’ generosity through our Matching Grants and Volunteer Time Off Programs. Donations made through these programs are based solely on employee support for these organizations and do not necessarily reflect AIG’s views.