Amalgamated Bank

Amalgamated Bank
Amalgamated Bank is listed in the Banks Commercial category in Bronx, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Amalgamated Bank which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Amalgamated Bank on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 94.

Contact information for Amalgamated Bank is:
3770 E Tremont Ave
Bronx, NY 10465
(718) 828-4949

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Amalgamated Bank has an overall ZapScore of 94. This means that Amalgamated Bank has a higher ZapScore than 94% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Bronx, New York is 25 and in the Banks Commercial category is 52. Learn more about ZapScore.

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.@benandjerrys, our fellow @BCorporation, now offers yummy #OneSweetWorld flavor 2 support fight 4 racial justice!…

Yesterday our Minority Organization for Leadership Development hosted La Vida Latina, an employee event celebrating Latino culture and collecting donations for relief efforts in Mexico and Puerto Rico. Elizabeth Yeampierre of UpRose Bk led a discussion on mobilizing grassroots leadership from within communities of color since these communities are the ones hit hardest by climate change, natural disasters and environmental health hazards. We applaud UPROSE’s work fostering social justice through community organizing, education, and cultural expression.

Thank you to @yeampierre & @UPROSE 4 amazing discussion on building grassroots power for environmental justice at o…

RT @ColorOfChange: ICYMI - check out our @AmalgamatedBank #giveback card. You save, they donate:

Did you know that wind power is cheaper than both natural gas and coal? And that’s without factoring in the hidden costs of climate change caused by burning fossil fuels—costs like more severe and more frequent natural disasters, health effects due to air pollution, food insecurity, and job losses. National Geographic exposes the hidden costs of burning fossil fuels:

#DidYouKnow #windpower is cheaper than fossil fuels even without factoring in the hidden costs of #climatechange?…

“With the geopolitical and environmental stakes so high, it is time to stop giving the biggest companies a pass.” In a recent blog post, we discuss how consumers and industry leaders alike can pressure businesses to be mindful of their social and environmental impacts. Read on in our blog:
As the trusted bank for progressive people and organizations, Amalgamated’s mission is to help people who do good do better. Offering extensive financial expertise and a unique set of products and services, we enable a community of like-minded customers, socially and environmentally responsible non-...

“W/ the geopolitical and enviro. stakes so high, it is time to stop giving the biggest companies a pass.” Read mo…

This week Cristina Jiménez Moreta was awarded a 2017 MacArthur Genius Grant for her leadership at United We Dream, a Washington-based advocacy group changing the public perception of immigrant youth and shaping the national debate around immigration policy. UWD has made a difference in the lives of countless families and we are honored to call them our client. The prestigious MacArthur Genius awards are legendary for empowering under-the-radar academics, activists and artists with a financial boost to help them continue advancing humanity through their work. Jiménez Moreta joins a class of 24 MacArthur fellows who are also working to cast a spotlight on global migration and other social challenges. This well-deserved grant will allow United We Dream to deepen their efforts to ease the plight of young, undocumented immigrants and champion their cause. As Jiménez Moreta put it, “This recognition is a recognition of the lives of undocumented people, of the work that we have been doing to advocate and create change.”
The 2017 fellows include a few prominent artists and several experts on global migration.

San Francisco-based Social Capital Markets is the leading conference connecting business leaders, investors and change-makers harnessing the power of capital markets to drive positive social and environmental impact. We’re at #SOCAP17 on its tenth anniversary to help lead conversations on the power and potential of impact investing—because the business community has a tremendous opportunity and responsibility to do good and make positive change in the world.