Nov 30, 2018

Social Responsibility

Caring. Connected. Responsible. Excellent.

Our values aren’t just about how we approach our customers and clients. They’re also how we approach the communities where we live and work. Whether it’s charitable giving, volunteering or scholarships, we value giving back.

Charitable Giving

Our financial contributions support a diverse group of organizations, reflective of our associates and the causes they believe in. Over the years, we’ve helped combat hunger, supported victims of abuse, cleaned up the environment, and furthered causes supporting diversity and education.

As part of Allianz, we’re also proud that the Richmond, VA, community can benefit from grants made possible by the Allianz Foundation for North America. Their grants have supported youth through programs at the Virginia Council for Economic Education, Girls for Change and Fit4Kids.

Allianz - Rise Against Hunger


At Allianz Partners, we take pride in helping others in our community and around the world. Our associates regularly volunteer their time and talents through company-sponsored events as well as by using our Volunteer Time Off benefit.

Allianz - A young girl overlooks a river at sunset in a European city.


Allianz Partners believes in young people’s ability to shape our future. We also support international travel as a way to help students grow and expand their horizons. For more than a decade, we have provided young scholars the opportunity to travel the world through our ScholarTrips program.

Since starting this national essay contest, we are proud to have awarded $100,000 in scholarship prizes to help middle and high school students achieve their dreams to study or volunteer abroad. We have enjoyed both sharing the joy of travel with students and hearing about their experiences.

Allianz Foundation for North America

Through the Allianz Foundation for North America, organizations in the Richmond community have benefited from generous grants that support programs that help young people develop the skills, motivation, perspectives, and opportunities they need to be successful, self-reliant, and socially conscious members of society. The Virginia Council on Economic Education and Girls for a Change are two such organizations.