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Community Support

OCC believes in taking care of its employees and its customers. We also believe it’s our responsibility to play an important role in the areas where our colleagues live and work. We have an obligation to be good corporate citizens; our values of stewardship and integrity carry over from the work we do in the financial markets to our neighborhoods. OCC proudly matches employee contributions, dollar for dollar, up to $50,000 annually. Each year OCC’s Employee Charitable Giving Program chooses three different organizations, one from each area of the country. The organizations for 2019 are:

Ignite Logo 
Chicago

Teen Living Programs is now Ignite! Ignite lights the spark of opportunity - standing with youth who are experiencing homelessness on their journey to a home and a future with promise. Ignite offers a comprehensive continuum of services to young people between the ages of 14 to 24 who are unstably housed or experiencing homelessness. Beyond meeting youths' immediate needs, our services provide youth with all the tools and support they need to succeed: stable housing; access to employment and education opportunities; primary and mental health care; lasting connections with caring adults, and the skills to live a healthy and independent life.


Family Gateway Logo

Dallas

Family Gateway provides stability and life-changing supportive services to children and families affected by homelessness. Family Gateway is a non-profit organization founded by Mayor Annette G. Strauss in 1986 as the county-wide point of entry for families with children experiencing or near homelessness. In 2018, more than 4,800 phone calls were fielded, prescreening 3,400 callers for eligibility and urgent service need. More than 700 families were placed in Family Gateway shelters or partner shelters.


Edu Futuro Logo

Washington, D.C.

Edu-Futuro empowers under-resourced Latino and other immigrant youth through education, leadership development and engagement of their immigrant families to become the next generation of successful professionals who transform their community.

 


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