Who Made the List? Announcing the 50 Most Community-Minded Companies in the Nation

Dec 8, 2014

This post is by Tracy Hoover, Points of Light's president.

Today, Points of Light and Bloomberg L.P. announced The Civic 50 – the 50 most community-minded companies in the nation in 2014. See the list below and video announcement from Points of Light Chair Neil Bush.

bush_screen_shot.jpgClick here to watch a short video announcement of the 2014 Civic 50 from Points of Light Chair Neil Bush.

The Civic 50 sets the standard for corporate community engagement nationwide and creates a roadmap for companies seeking to best use their time, talent and resources to improve the quality of life in the communities where they do business.  

Please take a moment to celebrate these companies for their great and continued efforts. And as the holidays approach, I hope you’ll put your money where your values are and use your purchasing power to support all the companies that are doing great work in their communities.

To learn more, click here or register for our free webinar, “The Civic 50: 2014 Highlights and Best Practices,” Dec. 17 at 2 p.m. ET.

The 2014 Civic 50, in alphabetical order, are:

Adobe Systems Incorporated 
Aetna Inc.  
Altria Group, Inc. 
Apollo Education Group 
Bank of America 
Baxter International Inc.  
Caesars Entertainment  *Consumer Discretionary Sector Leader 
Capital One  
CenterPoint Energy  *Utilities Sector Leader 
Comcast Corporation *Communications Sector Leader 
ConAgra Foods  *Consumer Staples Sector Leader 
CSAA Insurance Group – a AAA insurer  DIRECTV 
Dr Pepper Snapple Group 
Eli Lilly and Company 
FedEx Corporation 
Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold 
Gap Inc.  
General Mills 
Hasbro, Inc.  
Health Care Service Corporation 
Hewlett-Packard  *Technology Sector Leader 
Intel Corporation 
KeyBank  *Financials Sector Leader 
Motorola Solutions, Inc. 
Pacific Gas and Electric Company 
Prudential Financial, Inc. 
Raytheon Company 
Sigma-Aldrich  *Materials Sector Leader 
Southwest Airlines 
Sprint Corporation 
State Street Corporation 
Symantec Corporation 
The Hershey Company 
Toyota Financial Services 
UnitedHealth Group  *Health Care Sector Leader 
UPS  *Industrials Sector Leader 
Valero Energy Corporation *Energy Sector Leader 
Western Union