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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 2020 are:

Chicago

Dare2Tri is a Chicago based charity, focused on enhancing the lives of individuals with physical disabilities and visual impairments by building confidence, community, health and wellness through swimming, biking and running. A leader in the paratriathlon community, Dare2tri has helped thousands cross the finish line by eliminating barriers to high-priced equipment, travel and coaching. The organization is based in Chicago, but its community of athletes spans nationwide. You can learn more at www.dare2tri.org.


Dallas

​Jonathan's Place is a Dallas-area charity, focused on providing a safe place, loving homes, and promising futures for abused and neglected children, teens, and young adults. It is dedicated to serve North Texas children through its Emergency shelter, Foster & Adoptive Family Program, Girls Treatment Program and Safe Place Program. You can learn more about Jonathan's place at www.jpkids.org.


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Washington, D.C.

Edu-Futuro empowers low-income 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. You can learn more at edu-futuro.org

 


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