Parents, Kids & Money Survey corroborates evidence of the racial wealth gap, prompting T. Rowe Price to expand commitments to its financial education program
A new study from T. Rowe Price reveals that, compared with other racial/ethnic groups, Black families put more emphasis on having conversations about saving money, spending wisely, setting financial goals, and family finances.
T. Rowe Price was named the Citizen Award winner for Best Community Improvement Program by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation. For more than 20 years, this prestigious awards program has illustrated how businesses serve as a powerful force for good around the world – in times of crisis and every day.
T. Rowe Price is cognizant of challenges transgender people face globally, including transphobia, regressive legislation, restricted access to medical support, and violence. To heighten awareness and to support Trans people at the firm and in the broader community, T. Rowe Price is providing a series of stories and resources to encourage its associates to become active allies and help end transphobia.
T. Rowe Price associates put their expertise to work not only for the firm, but for nonprofits supporting the community and driving positive change within it.
Pro bono service is one of multiple ways the firm supports its associates’ passion to serve in the community. Allowing associates to select volunteer opportunities that best fit their interests and availability allows them to leverage the skill sets they bring to the firm in ways that can create lasting change in our communities.
The Sustainability Report highlights the firm’s progress on economic, social, and environmental sustainability programs
BALTIMORE, October 27, 2020 /3BL Media/ - T. Rowe Price has released its first Sustainability Report, which builds on the foundation of years of Corporate Responsibility Reporting. The report specifically addresses the firm’s initiatives to promote economic, social, and environmental sustainability.
T. Rowe Price has been named a finalist for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Citizens Award in the “Best Community Improvement Program” category. The firm is being recognized for a $1.3M multi-year grant commitment to West Baltimore to address key challenges faced by the community, including racial inequity and food insecurity.
Every year during June and July, our associates around the world come together to participate in a broad range of activities in celebration of Pride. Even as the coronavirus pandemic impacts worldwide events and with hundreds of parades and events postponed or canceled, there is still an opportunity to bring about awareness on a global level—and to celebrate milestones like the U.S. Supreme Court's decision. This year, we embarked on a new direction and are using virtual events as a way to globally celebrate diversity and equality during these challenging times.