UPS

Overview

For nearly seventy years, The UPS Foundation has
been dedicated to helping our global society move
forward. We have accomplished this by establishing
partnerships with non-profit organizations that
impact diverse members of our communities and
leveraging the passion and spirit of UPS employees
through volunteerism. The work of the Foundation is
deeply rooted in helping to address core societal
issues and we are driven to make an impact across
each of our four focus areas: Health and
Humanitarian Relief and Resilience, Equity &
Economic Empowerment, Local Engagement and
Planet Protection. The following is a brief summary of
our impact in the Hispanic/ Latino community.

Our commitment to a more just and equitable society
energizes our investments in Equity & Economic
Empowerment across a broad spectrum of
communities. From advocacy to removing barriers
and improving access to opportunities to higher
education and effective mentorship to supporting
economic empowerment programs and the fight for
equality, we remain constant allies for underserved
and underrepresented people.

 

Financial Impact - Globally

Since 1984, The UPS Foundation has invested $41.2
million dollars in the Hispanic/Latino community
(globally). In 2020, The UPS Foundation invested
over $3 million dollars in financial support to advance
equity and economic empowerment in Hispanic/
Latino communities.

Volunteerism

Volunteerism is an integral part of the UPS culture
and it’s a year-round priority. The UPS Foundation
leverages the passion, diverse skills and experiences
of UPS employees to make the world a better place.
Led by the efforts of our Hispanic/Latino BRGs, our
employees invested nearly 40,000 volunteer hours
helping Hispanic/Latino communities from 2018
2020 (globally).

COVID Signature Partnerships

In 2020, the Covid19 pandemic forced grantees to pivot in order to help their constituents navigate
through the crisis. Therefore, grantees shifted their
focus and launched crisis relief programs to help our
communities survive. Regardless of the city, state or
country, our grantees set out to make an impact in 4
Covid19 focus areas for 2020:   
 
• Health (PPEs, hand sanitizers, cleaning
supplies, etc.)
• Education (Covid19 awareness)
• Food security
• Financial (helping constituents with rent, utilities, shelter, etc.)

And so, funding from The UPS Foundation lifted and
empowered Hispanic/Latino communities through
various UPS Foundation signature partnerships. 
 

UPS Fact Sheet

Founded in Seattle, Wash. August 28, 1907 
Headquarters Atlanta, Ga. / Louisville, Ky. (main Global Air Hub)
Chief Executive Officer Carol Tomé 

Additional leadership bios: https://stories.ups.com/upsstories/us/en/about-us/leadership.html
Employees 528,000 globally servicing more than 220 countries and territories 
Global delivery volume 5.5 billion packages and documents / Daily volume 21.9 million 
 

NHCSL BBA Contact

Axel Carrión, Vice President – State Government & Public Affairs
acarrion@ups.com

Mario Archaga, Director- State Government & Public Affairs
marchaga@ups.com
 

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