At Delaware Investments, our passion for performance extends into the community. Year after year, we work to strengthen our partnerships with local initiatives that make a difference in and around Philadelphia.

Through corporate sponsorship and volunteer opportunities, Delaware Investments continues to strengthen its long-term community involvement with a wide array of local civic, charitable, educational, and cultural organizations, as well as volunteer programs.

Delaware Investments Charity Classic XI: Philadelphia City Rowing

On Oct. 12, 2015, Delaware Investments raised $177,600 in its 11th annual Delaware Investments Charity Classic golf outing. This year’s beneficiary was Philadelphia City Rowing, an organization that seeks to empower Philadelphia public school students through the sport of rowing, and to use competitive rowing as a vehicle to improve health, well-being, self-confidence, and academic success for those students.

Through this annual fundraising event, Delaware Investments has given more than $1.8 million to well-deserving Philadelphia nonprofit organizations over the past 11 years. Since 2010, Macquarie Group Foundation has provided matching dollars for funds Delaware has raised, which are included in this total.

This year marks the Delaware Investments Charity Classic’s 11th year. Since its launch in 2005, the event has raised more than $1.8 million for Philadelphia-area nonprofit organizations.

  • 2014: Puentes de Salud
  • 2013: YESPhilly
  • 2012: Rock to the Future
  • 2011: Habitat for Humanity®
  • 2010: Philadelphia Wooden Boat Factory
  • 2009: After School Activities Partnerships (ASAP)
  • 2008: The Cradle of Liberty Council, Philadelphia Futures
  • 2007: Philadelphia Society for Services to Children
  • 2006: Neighborhood Bike Works, Rebuilding Together Philadelphia
  • 2005: Operation Warm

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Philabundance food drive

In June 2014, Delaware Investments employees conducted a food drive for Philabundance, a nonprofit organization that provides food to approximately 65,000 people each week in the Delaware Valley. Philabundance serves low-income individuals at risk of hunger and malnutrition, of which 23% are children and 16% are senior citizens. In total, Delaware Investments employees donated about 800 pounds of food and $5,000 in monetary donations.

Delaware Investments sponsors the Eagles Youth Partnership

For the third consecutive year, Delaware Investments is a sponsor of the Eagles Youth Partnership (EYP). EYP serves more than 50,000 low-income children in the Greater Philadelphia area, focusing on health and education programming. EYP brings services directly to kids — at their schools and in their neighborhoods.

Other partnerships and volunteerism

With volunteer opportunities in abundance, Delaware Investments initiated its Community Advisory Committee (CAC) in March 2010 to help cultivate volunteerism at all levels of the organization and accelerate the fostering of relationships throughout our local community. The CAC meets quarterly to assess potential opportunities and encourage Delaware Investments employees to provide volunteer support for projects of nonprofit organizations. Many of these projects focus on providing educational opportunities and improving the health and welfare of our underserved children.

Together, Delaware Investments and the Macquarie Group Foundation share the simple belief that a company has a responsibility to work for the betterment of the communities in which it operates. With the growth of our business comes the duty to give back, to help make a difference, and to improve the quality of life in the communities in which we do business — a responsibility borne out of the core principles on which our company was founded.

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Puentes de Salud

This year, we are celebrating 10 years of our annual golf charity event. Since the beginning, our goal has been to make a difference in the Philadelphia community, and we’ve helped 12 organizations to date. I’m delighted to be a part of this event — it’s one of the most rewarding aspects of my career here at Delaware.

Bonnie Sue Rockhill,
E-mail Marketing Specialist, Marketing Communications


Food insecurity — the lack of access to nutritious, affordable food — is present in every community in the Delaware Valley. Delaware Investments / Macquarie Group employees can take pride in knowing their summer contributions were included in the food given to member agencies, which include food cupboards, shelters and emergency kitchens.

Amy Hendry,
Administrative Assistant, Operations

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