Corporate Responsibility Report 2013

Helping to build prosperous communities and economies

Deutsche Bank Corporate Citizenship UK promotes and coordinates socially responsible activities on behalf of the Bank and its employees in the UK. The Bank supports charities and community organisations within our key focus areas: our education projects realise potential, our social initiatives create opportunity and our art and music programmes foster creativity. Each year, Deutsche Bank Corporate Citizenship UK invests nearly £8 million in support of some of UK’s most disadvantaged communities. Our ultimate goal globally is to build social capital; you can find out more about Deutsche Bank's CR activities on our global website:

  • Sporteducate

    September 2015 | UK

    Teaching skills for school and life. If you haven’t had the best start in life, negative influences can make it difficult to change your outlook. more

  • Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank

    September 2015 | UK

    Encouraging academic achievement. Shakespeare can be a daunting challenge for audiences of any age. Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank offers students a new way to learn about Shakespeare – through a fast-paced contemporary production. It aims to inspire greater academic achievement in the classroom. more

  • Design Ventura

    September 2015 | UK

    Proving real world learning. We’re not all academic. Vocational skills offer young people the chance to forge their own path in life. In partnership with the Design Museum, Design Ventura teaches creativity and enterprise skills for life beyond school. more

  • Deutsche Bank Awards for Creative Enterprise

    September 2015 | UK

    Supporting first steps in business. University can take young people closer to fulfilling their potential, but graduation brings new challenges. more

  • StreetSmart

    September 2015 | UK

    Changing futures. Without the stability of a job or family, young lives can quickly fall apart. Many stories of homelessness begin with unemployment and family breakdown. Those scenarios are more likely to be experienced by young people from deprived backgrounds. And without safe and secure accommodation, education and employment become much harder to access. more


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