A Neuberger Berman employee works with a student at Northside Center for Child Development
The Neuberger Berman Foundation
The Neuberger Berman Foundation is committed to helping at-risk children and youth achieve their potential through educational enrichment and support programs that promote academic success, independence and economic sustainability.
We seek to partner with high-quality organizations that provide programs to:
- Ensure that young children receive essential school readiness and educational enrichment opportunities
- Help older youth on their path to economic independence through programs such as job readiness, college preparedness and financial literacy training
We support this mission and extend the effectiveness of Foundation grant-making by leveraging the time and talent of Neuberger Berman employees in the greater New York area and other cities where there is a significant employee presence.
Read more about our Foundation Investment Philsophy.
Environmental Programs at Neuberger Berman
Our employee-driven Socially Responsible Forum focuses on and addresses sustainability issues and other relevant issues exemplifying good corporate citizenship, including: efficient energy usage; waste management; supplier and employee diversity.
Some of the steps implemented to reduce our impact on the environment include:
- Utilizing a more energy efficient, less waste-producing coffee system in our pantries
- Converting pantries from foam to paper cups
Neuberger Berman has a Socially Responsive Fund with the belief that good corporate citizenship is a driver of good business. This fund allows investors to support socially responsive businesses.
Neuberger Berman is also a signatory to the Principles for Responsible Investment, the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), the CDP's Water Disclosure Project and the Forest Footprint Disclosure Project.
Volunteers help beautify East River Park in New York with New York Cares
Below are a few of the high-impact nonprofit organizations we partner with throughout the year:
Association to Benefit Children is dedicated to fostering academic readiness and life preparedness for disadvantaged children and their families through compassionate, sustainable and integrated services which are designed to permanently break the cycle of poverty.
Careers Through Culinary Arts Program works with public school students to prepare them for college and career opportunities in the restaurant and hospital industry.
Friends of the Children New York is an early intervention program that breaks the cycle of generational poverty for children most at-risk by providing them with a consistent, caring advocate who guides them for 12 years so they become productive members of their communities.
The GO Project provides low-income public school students with year-round educational and family support services.
iMentor builds mentoring relationships that empower students from low-income communities to graduate high school, succeed in college, and achieve their ambitions.
IntoUniversity aims to address underachievement and social exclusion among young people aged 7-18 in the United Kingdom by offering a long-term integrated center-model of out-of-school study, mentoring, aspirational coaching and personal support.
Step Up Women’s Network propels girls from under-served communities to fulfill their potential by empowering them to become confident, college-bound, and career-focused.
Vogel Alcove serves children ages six weeks to five years who reside with their parents in 18 domestic violence and emergency shelter programs in the Dallas area.