HSBC's Community Investment department focuses on helping consumers by expanding opportunities in our low-to-moderate income communities and working to advance financial literacy throughout the country. These initiatives include:
Learn more about HSBC's programs supporting financial education.
Homeownership and Housing
The Community Investment department also participates in and sponsors events for organizations with whom we support, represents HSBC on boards of community and industry organizations, and participates in industry and consumer research.
Eligible nonprofits applying for grants from HSBC's Community Investment department may click here to complete the application.
All proposals must be received by November 1 of each year and those that meet the outlined requirements will be reviewed. Only organizations receiving funding will receive a response in writing. Proposals will not be returned. A letter will outline the grant terms, along with any requirements for evaluation and reporting. By applying for a grant through HSBC, you are certifying that your organization shall comply with all applicable U.S. federal and state laws. HSBC reserves the right to target its resources to certain geographic areas, program categories and projects which, in our opinion best address social or community needs and satisfy the objectives of the company and its many stakeholders.