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2018 Corporate Responsibility Report
IBM pursues the highest standards of corporate responsibility as we partner with communities, support and empower employees, work with clients and suppliers, and govern our company. Learn how we put smart to work for our company and the world.
The latest from IBM Corporate Social Responsibility.
Giving back with science
Announcing 2019 projects that will tackle health and poverty issues with AI, Cloud and deep science.
Be open and change the world
The combined power of Red Hat and IBM bring significant possibilities for delivering social impact.
It’s the people that came before me — who made IBM what it is today — who paved the way for me to be part of everything we’re doing to transform the way the world does business.”Frank Johnson
IBM Veterans Employment Accelerator alum
Understood for All and the National Center for Learning Disabilities
One in five children in the U.S. has a learning and attention issue. Students with dyslexia, ADHD, or other learning disabilities often receive inconsistent support in the classroom, which can lead to a lifetime of difficulties. IBM and Understood for All are working to change that by giving teachers the power of artificial intelligence at their fingertips.
We help communities take on challenges big and small. IBM brings the power of its technology, resources, and people to help with initiatives around the world, from education to health to resilience. We’re making a difference.
Volunteered by IBMers in 2018
Donated by IBMers in 2018
Why IBMers Volunteer
Each volunteer experience gives me hope.”
No matter where you are on your career path, you can be the source of opportunity that brings out the potential in a student. Your years of expertise and exposure to industry are invaluable to these students.”
It was inspiring to see the personal growth in colleagues from across the world as we strived to make genuine impact in areas of women’s empowerment and the environment.”