HSBC has been a long-term supporter of education projects. In today’s knowledge economy, skills matter more than ever. So we are extending our support to help people in the communities we serve – and our own employees – to develop the skills they need to succeed at work.
We also take our environmental responsibilities seriously. We want to operate in a world where global supply chains support sustainable economic growth, by offering opportunities for decent work and minimising negative environmental impacts. As the leading global trade bank, we are ideally placed to work with our customers and other stakeholders to develop more sustainable supply chains.
Find out more about our work to improve people’s employability skills and financial capability.
Read more about our commitments to supporting sustainable supply chains.
The HSBC Water Programme helps to protect and provide fresh water and sanitation and raises awareness of water challenges around the world.
Charity donations and volunteering
In 2017, we contributed USD136 million to charities and non-profit organisations running community projects around the world. Employees gave 272,000 hours of time to volunteer during working hours.
HSBC charitable giving by region in 2017
We publish regularly updated information on our performance in relation to environmental, social and governance issues.
We have committed to provide USD100 billion of sustainable financing investment by 2025.