Mayoral Service Recognition Program

July 2015 │ New York

Deutsche Bank was recognized by the City of New York as one of the City’s most engaged corporate volunteers. The ceremony was held at City Hall with the City's Chief Service Officer Paula Gavin.

This was the City’s first-ever Mayoral Service Recognition Program. It was organized by NYC Service, an initiative of the Office of the Mayor that promotes individual and corporate volunteerism to help address New York City’s greatest needs.

To be considered for recognition, companies had to meet a minimum threshold of 20 percent employee engagement in New York City. Individuals were nominated by nonprofit organizations and city agencies where they completed at least 100 hours of service.

Janet Wong from Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation attended the ceremony. "On behalf of Deutsche Bank, it is an honor to be recognized as one of New York’s leaders in corporate volunteering," she said. "This is a well-deserved acknowledgement of employees’ steadfast commitment to helping and improving communities across the city – the very embodiment of a culture of responsibility."

To see the full list of corporations and individuals recognized, click here.

To learn more about Deutsche Bank’s volunteer activities in the Americas, click here.

Janet Wong (right) from Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation with New York City Chief Service Officer Paula Gavin enlarge

Janet Wong (right) from Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation with New York City Chief Service Officer Paula Gavin

Janet Wong (right) from Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation with New York City Chief Service Officer Paula Gavin


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