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Leadership & Service


Employee Volunteerism

In 2016, HomeStreet employees recorded over 18,000 hours of community service throughout our communities. Our employees receive paid leave to contribute community service. Additionally, many volunteer their own time to community organizations where we have branches. By providing leadership and service, they make our communities better places to live, work and play. 


Volunteer Grant

We are proud our employees are committed to making a difference in the communities we serve. To help honor their service, HomeStreet Bank will contribute a $500 Volunteer Grant to eligible organizations where an employee has volunteered 30 hours or more during the calendar year.


Examples of Volunteerism at HomeStreet

Rebuilding Together 

Rebuilding Together is a non-profit organization that helps less-advantaged homeowners who are not able to cover the costs of home repairs because of age, physical limitations or low income. Teams of HomeStreet employees in Seattle, Tacoma and Olympia have participated in National Rebuilding Day. Projects have included building a ramp to help a senior couple stay in their own home, repairing plumbing needs in the home of a single-mother and stabilizing a steep slope in the yard of a young immigrant family.

YWCA

HomeStreet employees are actively involved in volunteering with the YWCA in both Washington and Hawaii. We have employees serving in an array of leadership roles, including the Board of Directors, Corporate Advisory Committee, Snohomish County Advisory Council, Bank Works Committee, HR Committee, teaching financial literacy classes and in numerous fundraising capacities.

Groups of employees also volunteer their time to directly serve the clients of the YWCA. Whether it be serving lunch and playing games with the homeless clients of Angeline’s Day Shelter, sorting donated clothing for the Dress for Success program, or adopting families at the holidays, our employees have made an investment of their time and talents to the organization.

More Examples:
Building Homes | HomeStreet Bank

Non-Profit Highlight

Habitat for Humanity: eight markets, two decades, one amazing partnership.

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St. Mary's Food Bank | HomeStreet Bank

Community Story

15 HomeStreet employees in Phoenix boxed up meals to feed over 1,200 families.

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Helping Our Communities | HomeStreet Bank

Volunteer Spotlight

Jessica started a monthly park cleanup, recruiting her friends, volunteers across the city, and fellow HomeStreet Bank employees.

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