Corporate responsibility at IBM

We use technology and expertise to solve problems. That’s our business – and our approach to corporate citizenship.

Latest news

The Citizen IBM blog has updates on our corporate citizenship activities

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Mentor extends a heritage of helping

Mentor extends a heritage of helping

IBMer James Young helps P-TECH students in tribute to his own career mentors


How I went from Army to IBM

How I went from Army to IBM

Chris Greifenberger is among hundreds of vets trained free by IBM. Now he works here.

Teacher Advisor

New classroom, new way to find help

New classroom, new way to find help

Teacher Advisor With Watson helped Ulana Ainsworth transition to fourth grade

IBM Volunteers is open to all

Our relaunched volunteering program offers free resources you can use

Find volunteer resources →

Watch: Voices of IBM Volunteers


IBM receives 2018 Catalyst Award

IBM is the only four-time winner, for leadership in building a workplace valuing diversity and inclusion

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See how IBM Corporate Service Corps empowers women →

Doing good in the cognitive era

Augmented intelligence can benefit social services, public safety, education and our environment

Explore AI’s societal potential →


Join IBM’s societal supercomputer

Your PC or phone can help World Community Grid support research related to health, poverty and sustainability

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Watch: Microbiome Immunity Project


Last year IBM Corporate Service Corps deployed 404 IBMers to work on 122 projects in 18 countries


IBM has delivered 2,200 Impact Grants to 1,500 organizations in 60 countries since 2010


IBMers donate an average 3,400 hours every day worldwide through IBM Volunteers


IBM bought 783,000 MWh of renewable electricity in 2016 (beyond what the grid provides) – 21.5 percent of our use

“No sector – government, business, academia or civil society – can tackle today’s social challenges by itself. I believe that’s why a growing number of companies are making corporate responsibility central to their business strategies.”

Jen Crozier

Vice President, IBM Corporate Citizenship