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Community Involvement

At PNC, we believe that a business cannot truly succeed if its communities are not well positioned for future growth and success. We make it a point to positively impact the areas where we do business through our investment in communities, employee volunteerism, and commitment to environmental responsibility and early childhood development and education.

Joining a company that is socially responsible enables you to open up your own world - to find your passion, learn new skills, and build your potential as an individual who can make a real difference.

Learn more about how PNC makes a difference in our communities.

PNC Grow Up Great®

PNC Grow Up Great is our $350 million, multi-year, bilingual initiative that began in 2004 to help prepare children from birth to age 5 for success in school and life. Through this program, PNC provides leadership, advocacy, funding, educational resources and volunteers to help families and educators enhance children's early learning and development.

PNC employees receive up to 40 hours of paid volunteer time each year to participate in Grow Up Great. Extra benefits like these make working at PNC even more rewarding.

To learn more about Grow Up Great and some of our key initiatives, visit or follow us on Twitter (@PNCGrowUpGreat) or Facebook (


Employees have an opportunity to get involved with Grow Up Great in a number of ways, depending on area of interest. Examples include:

"Thank you so much for all of the coats, gloves, and winter gear! You don't know how much we needed these things today. Our family resource coordinator was actually out of the building looking for coats for a few of our kids when you came today! We gave out many coats right away... they will be warm for the weekend."
- Families First program at Hogsett Elementary in Danville, KY

  • Read to a classroom of 3-5 year olds
  • Go on field trips (to the museum, zoo, symphony, etc.)
  • Develop and present lessons in your area of expertise
  • Add a fresh coat of paint to a hallway
  • Plant flowers, help cut grass or build a playground
  • Organize a much needed supply drive

Volunteer individually, or as part of a group; sign up for a regular schedule, or pick-and-choose certain events or initiatives; adopt a location as "your own," or volunteer where needed. Groups of employees may even volunteer as a team and earn a grant of up to $3,000 for their community partner.