Citizens highlights its corporate responsibility efforts in 2018

CITIZENS FINANCIAL GROUP reported that it made over $14 million in charitable donations to support community programs and events in 2018 in 12 states. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/KELVIN MA
CITIZENS FINANCIAL GROUP reported that it made over $14 million in charitable donations to support community programs and events in 2018 in 12 states. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/KELVIN MA
PROVIDENCE – Citizens Financial Group Inc. reported that it provided $14 million from Citizens Bank and Citizens Charitable Foundation in charitable giving to support community programs and events across 12 states in 2018. Citizens said in its corporate responsibility report for the year that it had raised $921,000 in matching gifts from employees in their…

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  1. sorry, its corporate responsibility should have been to continue the build up of downtown Providence with a corporate tower. It holds, as a parking lot, one of the last buildable lots in the Capital Center. Parking lots were not the purpose of creating this land 30 years ago. And I now hear that they have some problems hiring the younger adults as they do not want to be in a suburban setting. Catering to their older Rhode Island work force, who live and die by the car, was not a wise choice. Downtown would have made transit an option and Uber/Lyft more affordable. Both options for today’s millennials!