Corporate Citizenship Hall of Fame
The Corporate Citizenship Hall of Fame documents the living history of corporate philanthropy and social responsibility.
Established in 2019, the Corporate Citizenship Hall of Fame identifies and commemorates companies and their leaders, employees, and cross-sector partners that have made extraordinary contributions to the betterment of society and brought about a new era where purpose is the foundation for progress.
The U.S. Chamber Foundation has inducted eight companies into the Hall of Fame for their vision, authenticity, and commitment to empowering individuals and building resilient communities:
Abbott for advancing health equity, broadening access to affordable care, and driving social innovations that lead to more resilient, healthier communities.
Citi Foundation for promoting economic progress and improving the lives of people in low-income communities around the world.
FedEx for leveraging its capabilities, expertise, and strategic partnerships with relief organizations to provide mission-critical needs in times of disaster and help communities heal, learn and thrive.
Cisco for leveraging the power of technology and expertise to accelerate global problem solving to benefit people, society, and the planet.
DSM North America for lending its expertise, partnerships, and innovation to end hidden hunger, combat climate change, and drive a circular economy.
Entergy Corporation for giving back to communities through donations and volunteerism in order to create and sustain strong, healthy, and vibrant communities.
GSK for supporting the health and long-term prosperity of communities through strategic investments and partnerships.
Merck for its commitment to achieving sustainable impact by managing its business responsibly, finding solutions for some of the world’s most debilitating diseases, striving to reach those in need with medicines and vaccines, and helping build robust, durable health systems worldwide through partnership, investment, and innovation.
UPS for helping build safer, more resilient and inclusive communities around the world through diversity and inclusion, environmental sustainability, community safety, and volunteerism.
Over the last two decades, we have seen the boundaries between sectors converge, society’s demand for corporate purpose grow, and complex issues—from sustainability and economic empowerment, to diversity, equity and inclusion—requiring shared approaches to create lasting social impact.
The Citizens Awards serve as a testament to this transformation and a powerful reminder that business continues to lead the way in helping people build better lives.