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Corporate Citizenship

Manulife's approach to corporate citizenship around the world aligns with our focus on delivering strong, reliable, trustworthy and forward-thinking solutions for our clients and for the communities where we work.

Our goal is to achieve a range of positive social impacts in areas from workplace safety, diversity and flexibility to employee health and wellness, corporate giving and employee volunteerism.

This extends to the environment as well. Our commitment to the environment stems from the recognition that a healthy environment is vital to the long-term well-being of our Company, our employees, and the millions of people we serve around the world.

We're also a proud long-term investor in the countries in which we do business around the world. Whether it's through our products and services or our operations, our ongoing investments in these economies help support their long-term growth and development.

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Top: John Hancock’s 30-year sponsorship of the Boston Marathon exemplifies our focus on health and wellness initiatives. Through our sponsorship, our employees and customers can enter the race through the John Hancock Non-Profit or Employee Running Programs. Not only are they able to run the race, they also raise millions of dollars each year for charities.

Over the past 30 years, the Boston Athletic Association and John Hancock non-profit programs have raised more than US$234 million for community organizations.

Bottom Left: A growing number of Manulife real estate properties have been recognized for their design and energy efficiency, and our commitment to responsible business practices has been rewarded with a variety of certifications and other distinctions.

Bottom Right: In Hong Kong, Manulife supports the well-being of the community through fundraising and employee volunteering. We work closely with organizations such as the Manulife Centre for Children with Specific Learning Disabilities, Heep Hong Society, the Changing Young Lives Foundation, and the Hong Kong Community Chest.