Celebrating Diversity

PNC’s History and Heritage Program celebrates the history, cultures and holidays of our diverse employees and customers

Our History and Heritage program celebrates the history, cultures and holidays of PNC’s diverse employees and customers. Through our participation in various activities and events, we learn about others’ traditions and backgrounds.

This year, more than 100 events were organized throughout the organization to celebrate History and Heritage Months.

Highlights of our various market events include:

FEBRUARY - Black History Month

PNC partnered with Chicago’s DuSable Museum of African American History to host a prescreening of the documentary, “Olympic Pride, American Prejudice.” The film tells the story of 13 African-American athletes who, along with Jesse Owens, competed in the Berlin games. The event included a reception and question-and-answer session with the film’s director and executive producer.

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MARCH - Women's History Month

PNC’s Women Connect EBRG hosted a discussion with Susan Packard: businesswoman, author and co-founder of HGTV and Scripps Network Interactive. Packard provided her perspective on being a leader at every career stage. The event was live-streamed to 16 Women Connect EBRG chapters across the company.

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JUNE - Pride Month

PNC Pride Month celebrations will take place in Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Washington DC. PNC supportd their respective LGBTQ communities through volunteerism and various sponsorships of community and employee events and festivals.

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OCTOBER - Disability Employment Awareness Month

In honor of White Cane Day, PNC ENABLE members hosted awareness events in Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus, Kalamazoo and Millburn. White Cane Day is a national celebration of blind and visually impaired people’s achievements. The day also serves as a reminder that the white cane is an important tool in helping the blind and visually impaired live with greater independence.

Asian Lunar New Year

For the past 10 years, PNC has sponsored the Organization of Chinese Americans’ Lunar New Year Banquet in Pittsburgh. Lunar New Year is the most significant holiday of many countries, such as China, Singapore, Korea, Japan, Tibet and Vietnam. Members of PNC’s Asian-American EBRG attended the annual event.

100+

Events Across Our Company

Were held to recognize history and heritage months


We also celebrate Asian Lunar New Year

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