Through Citi Foundation grants, Citi Australia partners with non-profit organisations to give young people a positive experience when transitioning to work or further education. We support programs that address skills gaps and employability outcomes. We invest in community partners to test new means of connecting disadvantaged young people with jobs and then building sustainable programs which can be rolled out around the country. Supporting this is our employee engagement programs, including volunteering and workplace giving.
Citi employees have always been actively involved in the community and Citi facilitates this through its well established workplace giving and volunteering programs.
The Citi Workplace Giving program allows employees to make regular pre-tax payroll donations to a number of charities selected by employees.
Citi also offers all its employees the opportunity to take one day paid Volunteering Leave with the flexibility to take the leave as one day or as part-days. Using their Volunteering Leave, employees can support a charity they are passionate about, or participate in mentoring programs with Citi community partners.
Enhancing economic opportunities for underserved individuals and families in communities throughout the world.