Helping families in transition

October 2015 │ San Francisco

Deutsche Bank’s San Francisco San Francisco Community Day drew more than 100 volunteers, who provided support to families experiencing homelessness.

The volunteer group included representatives from every business line of the Bank’s San Francisco office. They partnered with two local agencies that help families achieve long-term stability, well-being and financial independence.

At Compass Family Services, volunteers worked with children on arts and crafts activities, donated costumes and put together toiletry kits for adults and children. At Raphael House, employees prepared food, painted and decorated the community center building and offered career advice to adults seeking employment.

Both agencies offer programs in the areas of housing, academic mentoring and job placement for low-income families and families experiencing homelessness.

“We are thrilled to have partnered with Compass Family Services and Raphael House, two organizations that share in the Bank’s values of diversity and partnership,” said Lee Hutter, Head of Wealth Management for the US Western region of Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management. “The San Francisco Community Day was a huge success, and we are honored to support and strengthen this vital community.”

Volunteers prepared food for an upcoming mother-daughter celebration at Raphael House.

Volunteers prepared food for an upcoming mother-daughter celebration at Raphael House.

Volunteers prepared food for an upcoming mother-daughter celebration at Raphael House.


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