Community Commitment

Investing in our

Our firm was founded on a set of values that continue to shape our culture.

Whether they're tutoring in schools, feeding the hungry, or serving on nonprofit boards, our associates bring a generosity of spirit to everything they do. Our associates have donated millions of dollars to worthy causes. The T. Rowe Price Foundation also awards direct grants to enhance the quality of life in our communities. Because we believe it's our job to make a difference.


hours volunteered by our associates in 2018

“The T. Rowe Price Foundation’s contribution allowed us to complete a new facility on the west side of Baltimore City and serve the community directly.”
Joe Jones, CEO and President, Center for Urban Families, Baltimore, Maryland

Baltimore associates mentor students through Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake

T. Rowe Price associate mentoring through Big Brothers Big Sisters
Group photo of London associates in cycling gear.

24 associates biked 460 kilometers from London to Paris to raise more than £100,000 for the Royal British Legion


Committed by the T. Rowe Price Foundation to charities focused on strengthening West Baltimore1

Tampa associates volunteer at the Humane Society of Tampa Bay

Woman playing with a Humane Society shelter dog


Supporting and enhancing community life.

Since 1981,  the T. Rowe Price Foundation has been working with nonprofits to identify innovative solutions that improve educational outcomes for youth, empower individuals, and enrich community life.

A "Little Free Library" offering free books

direct grants awarded by the
T. Rowe Price Foundation in 2017

The firms's London office hosts a Career Day for girls on International Womens's Day

Group Photograph of London Associates
T. Rowe Price Associates building a house for Habitat for Humanity

Colorado Springs associates volunteer with Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity


given by associates through the workplace in 2017

Making a world of difference through Kiva.

1Committed for distribution over the course of 3 years, from 2016 to 2019. Click here to learn more.

All data as of December 31, 2017, unless otherwise stated.

All currency stated in U.S. dollars.