Community Involvement

About Our Charitable Giving Efforts

Encouraging giving back is one of the FIS™Guiding Principles. We passionately and purposely encourage a culture of giving back – our clients, communities and colleagues – around the world to make a positive difference.

No matter the cause, our employees step up to the plate.

It’s impossible to highlight all of our collective giving back efforts, but we have done our best to spotlight some of our programs available – and photos of our many employees in action.

FIS Gives Back Annual Review 2017

Throughout the year, employees at our many offices around the world gave back to their communities by volunteering their time and monetary donations. In most of our regions, employees can use eight hours of paid time off to spend time supporting charities nearest and dearest to their hearts. Over the next few pages, we have spotlighted some of these global efforts.


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FIS Supports

FIS Goes Pink for Breast Cancer

FIS employees around the globe recognized Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. Much of this year’s focus was on early detection. Some U.S. offices had on-site mammogram units, making it easier than ever for employees to get screened. Employees also raised more than $30,000 in donations toward organizations such as Making Strides Against Breast Cancer and Relay For Life.

Movember Foundation

Over the past four years, FIS has supported the Movember Foundation in its quest to change the face of men’s health by bringing attention to prostate and testicular cancer, raising mental health awareness and encouraging people to get moving through more physical activity. During the month of November, employees said “no” to shaving in an effort to spark conversation and awareness.

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Over the past six years, corporate and employee support for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Team in Training (TNT) program resulted in more than $1.84 million in donations to the cause. “Team FIS” raised more than $100,000 in 2017 alone. The funding is linked to LLS research for pediatric and young adult cancers.