For many, wealth refers to more than a person’s finances. It also includes a sense of well-being, encouragement and prosperity in the communities where we live and work. At RBC Wealth Management, our teams, colleagues and clients take that belief to heart. We work together to create positive changes for causes ranging from the arts to the environment—and to inspire a path to a better future.
The effects of climate change connect us all. We’re committed to programs and initiatives that take a more sustainable path.
The arts play an important role in building vibrant communities and strong economies. We offer resources so emerging and experienced creators may thrive.
From addressing mental health needs to developing leadership skills, we support programs focused on preparing youth for their future success.
From events to workplace initiatives, we look for opportunities to support and celebrate diversity and inclusion—and promote a sense of belonging.
We extend support to people in need, veterans who have protected our freedom and those affected by illness or disaster.
We’re proud to support sports to encourage healthy lifestyles in the communities where we live and work.
Year after year, we invest our time and resources in nonprofit organizations that make a positive difference in the neighborhoods where we work and live.
Our values in action
We offer support to nonprofit organizations through the RBC Foundation – USA. Our areas of focus include youth, mental well-being, human services, and arts and culture.
Foundation grant information
Corporate sponsorship give us the opportunity to help our communities thrive. Our charitable partnerships support performances, art exhibitions and fundraising events.
Investment and insurance products offered through RBC Wealth Management are not insured by the FDIC or any other federal government agency, are not deposits or other obligations of, or guaranteed by, a bank or any bank affiliate, and are subject to investment risks, including possible loss of the principal amount invested.