The Guggenheim name has long been synonymous with philanthropy and has a reputation for its contributions to the advancement of humanity.
We believe corporate citizenship is our inherent responsibility. We take our role seriously and look to apply our skills and knowledge to help improve our communities and the lives of individuals within them. We believe in strengthening organizations we fund through financial support and through strategic partnerships, which come in the form of sponsorship and volunteerism. Guggenheim employees are actively involved in volunteer efforts in our communities, and many serve as board members for our non-profit partners.
Guggenheim Partners engages in a broad range of issues including the arts, conservation, education, health, poverty, and social justice. Guggenheim today supports many nonprofit organizations including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, the Union Rescue Mission, OneGoal, the Milken Institute Global Conference and the Robin Hood Foundation.