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Impact Investing, Employee Engagement, Corporate Contributions, The Prudential Foundation 
Caitrin O’Sullivan / 973-367-6633 / caitrin.osullivan@prudential.com

Diversity & Inclusion, Multicultural Marketing, Veterans Initiatives
Alicia Rodgers Alston / 973-802-4446 / alicia.rodgersalston@prudential.com

March 08, 2018

Young job seekers find pathways to success with suits, smiles and support

Prudential’s partnership with My Brother's Keeper, an Obama Foundation initiative, provides mentorship and job opportunities for boys and young men of color.

March 07, 2018
The Star-Ledger

Newark's My Brother's Keeper program is pipeline to opportunity

There wasn't a place in the arena that didn't have a personal touch provided by Prudential Financial Inc. and the Obama foundation.

February 26, 2018

Prudential delivers financial guidance to transitioning veterans

Kylee Durant's husband is one of approximately 200,000 servicemembers who will transition out of the military this year, according to the Department of Defense... For these men and women, the switch to civilian life can present significant financial challenges.

February 06, 2018

Top youth volunteers of 2018 honored nationwide

WASHINGTON, D.C., Feb 6, 2018 – Many are fighting hunger in their local communities. Some created programs that encourage young women to consider STEM careers. Others are leading initiatives to support people with physical or intellectual disabilities. Those are just some stories of the 102 youth volunteers – two from each state and the District of Columbia – who today were named State Honorees by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards...

January 25, 2018

PGIM Real Estate Hires Lisa Davis to lead impact initiatives; new program taps cross-enterprise expertise

NEW YORK, Jan. 25, 2018 – Lisa Davis has joined PGIM Real Estate as an executive director and portfolio manager to lead its impact-oriented real estate investment initiatives focused on affordable housing and transformative developments in the United States.

January 24, 2018

Taking Care of Business

Under Lata Reddy, Prudential is blunt about tying its philanthropy to its bottom line. Is this the future of corporate giving? As published in The Chronicle of Philanthropy, Volume 29, Issue 12, October 2017.

January 11, 2018

Figure skating icon Scott Hamilton thanks Prudential for support of skaters with special needs

Emma Mays wasn’t one of America’s top skaters who competed at the 2018 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships, but the Tennessee 10-year-old was top of mind for Olympic gold medalist Scott Hamilton as he stood rink-side to receive the $10,000 Enrichment Award from the Prudential Skating Fund. The award will support Scott’s All Stars, a program Hamilton developed for skaters like Emma with intellectual disabilities, who may not win medals but can melt hearts.

January 06, 2018

U.S. Figure Skating announces 2018 Prudential Skating Fund recipients

U.S. Figure Skating announced the Columbine Figure Skating Club (Arvada, Co.) and the Scott Hamilton Skating Academy (Nashville, Tenn.) as the 2018 recipients of awards made through the Prudential Skating Fund. The Fund, established by U.S. Figure Skating and Prudential Financial, Inc. (NYSE: PRU), in 2013, provides $25,000 in financial support to eligible U.S. Figure Skating member clubs and/or programs that are addressing social needs or directly benefiting underserved groups and communities within the sport of figure skating.

December 20, 2017

Prudential invests in LeapFrog Talent Accelerator to develop leadership skills for emerging-markets companies

It takes more than money to make a difference. It takes smart money.

Prudential Financial, Inc. made a $1.5 million cornerstone investment in the LeapFrog Talent Accelerator, a program designed to develop chief executive officers, C-suite executives and middle managers for rapidly growing financial services and health care firms in Africa and Asia.

December 12, 2017
Forbes

JUST 100: 14 CEOs On Why Treating Workers Well Is Good For Business

Forbes, in partnership with JUST Capital, analyzed nearly 1,000 of the largest publicly-traded companies in the U.S. "to determine which have the best and most just business behavior." Prudential made the top 100 and was the #1 life insurer on the 2018 list.

"Our founder's initial motivation was to enhance the quality of life and economic and social condition for middle and working class families. And that's been the underpinning of Prudential for the next 140 years." -John Strangfeld, Prudential