Corporate Social Responsibility

Our commitment

PensionmarkMeridien, its principals, and its employees, strive to make a difference in the communities where we live and work by supporting organizations that help enhance people’s physical, emotional, financial wellness, and overall sense of well-being. From organizations that provide cultural awareness, to companies that fight to break the poverty cycle, to ones that help people start their families, our PensionmarkMeridien family is proud to offer our support. We additionally provide selective services pro-bono to select organizations in our community to promote financial literacy for those in need.

    Causes We Support

      Healing Bodies and Minds. Every Child Deserves a Chance.

      We donate money and time, but they do everything else for our local children and families. From early childhood intervention, to supporting adults in need, organizations we support serve those with, and without, special needs to enable them to overcome obstacles and thrive by nurturing and developing the growth of the whole person.

        Changing Lives. Every Child Deserves a Home and Quality Healthcare.

        The Future starts with our children, all children. All Children deserve to grow up in a loving family and we want to do our part. All children deserve access to the highest quality medical care.


        Breaking Cycles

        Strengthening the community and helping people who help themselves out of homelessness and poverty through educations, training, and basic human needs (like food, housing and social services).

        Financial Education

        We believe in providing financial education to our clients, but providing financial education to those bettering their lives is essential to breaking cycles of poverty. We are pleased to support the financial literacy of those members of Amos House as they transform their lives and the lives of their families.

        PensionmarkMerdien is a proud sponsor of STYLEWEEK. STYLEWEEK is dedicated to the growth of the designers as artists, as well as the mission of being recognized as a trade event that can provide an economic spark in Rhode Island. In addition, STYLEWEEK also works with elementary schools, high schools and universities to expose young talent through the “SEED Student Design Challenge”, which is dedicated to the advancement of emerging student designers and their businesses.

        Expanding Knowledge

        Giving back to expand industry knowledge and best practices, PensionmarkMeridien has funded continuing education endeavors and studies for employees of non-profit organizations in our backyard.

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