Sharing expertise and support to do what’s right
AIG’s Pro Bono Program launched in 2012 and has steadily expanded globally with volunteers logging more than 45,000 hours in 2022. Over the past decade, the program has united volunteers from around the world to help those in need find justice and build better lives for themselves and their families. Whether that involves helping immigrants escape persecution or helping military veterans obtain the benefits they’re entitled to, the program centers around one of AIG’s core values—allyship.
Key pillars of the program have included immigration, family law, education and mentorship, veterans’ benefits and transgender and non-binary individuals’ rights. In 2020, AIG added criminal and social justice reform as a key pillar. We honor this commitment in part by partnering with leading experts and non-profit organizations, aligning our pro bono work and financial support with their efforts, and using our platform to magnify the positive effects of their projects.