Commitment to the Community

We are committed to developing deeper partnerships with nonprofits across affordable housing, the arts, education and economic development.

In supporting our communities, we hope to encourage more dialogue around giving, to spark fresh ideas about how our financial resources and our hours can change people’s lives for the better, and to be more aware of what nonprofits really need.

We believe that donating time, money and knowledge to those who are best placed to make a difference to the lives of many is the right thing to do.

It truly is a privilege to serve our communities.

For more information on our involvement with our communities download our “Commitment to the Community” brochure.

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Employee Volunteer Program

This internal program, launched in 2015, offers First Republic employees 16 hours of paid time each year to volunteer with charitable organizations that make an impact on our local communities, including those dedicated to education and human services.

Human Services

Women Veteran Entrepreneurs Network (WOVEN) – Sponsor Partner

This technical assistance pilot program, launched by California Association of Micro Enterprise Opportunity (CAMEO), works with returning women veterans to start and expand their businesses.


First Republic Scholars Program

This financial education program offers grade-school students the opportunity to become certified in financial topics including responsible choices, credit, borrowing, planning and investing. The program will serve 57 public schools during the 2015/2016 school year.

Arts & Culture

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Family-Linc at Lincoln Center – Discount Ticket and Family Engagement Pilot Program Sponsor

This program offers weekend matinee performances from Lincoln Center’s constituent companies to families who might not otherwise have access to or be familiar with Lincoln Center. In partnership with social service agencies and the Borough Presidents in all five boroughs, Family-Linc aims to serve 1,000 people (approximately 250 families of four) in its first pilot year.