Charitable Giving

Eaton Vance supports a broad range of charitable organizations making a positive difference in our communities and around the world. By investing with organizations that are making meaningful social and environmental contributions, we help them achieve greater impact.

Each year, Eaton Vance and its employees contribute millions of dollars to charitable organizations around the world. Some of the organizations we supported include:

A Better City Greater Boston Food Bank
ALS One Home for Little Wanderers
American Heart Association HomeStart
Appalachian Mountain Club Junior Achievement of Northern NE
Bay Cove Human Services MA Fallen Heroes
Best Buddies Museum of Fine Arts
Big Brothers Big Sisters New England Aquarium
Boston Ballet Pine Street Inn
Boston Healthcare for the Homeless Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy
Boston Symphony Orchestra Read to a Child
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Boston Rosie's Place
Citizen Schools Shared Interest
Dana Farber Special Olympics
Disabled American Veterans of MA Thompson Island Outward Bound
Expect Miracles United Way of Mass Bay
First Literacy WalkBoston
Friends of the Children Year Up


Charity Spotlight – Making the Leap

Eaton Vance’s London Charity of the Year is Making the Leap, a social mobility charity whose mission is to transform the futures of disadvantaged young people in the U.K. by providing training to raise their aspirations and develop their skills, behaviors and attitudes to choose and succeed in a career. We are proud to support the work of Making the Leap.

Community Engagement and Social Impact

Beyond the financial support we offer to our charitable partners, Eaton Vance seeks to actively engage and positively impact the communities in which we live and work around the world through our participation in charitable partnerships and events.

Community Partnerships

Community Logos

Employee Volunteerism

As part of our commitment to our communities, Eaton Vance employees participate in an array of neighborhood events and activities throughout the year. Some recent employee volunteer activities include:

  • Jordan Boys & Girls Club: Eaton Vance interns spent their community service day cleaning and learning about the Jordan Boys & Girls Club in Chelsea, Massachusetts.
  • Thompson Island Outward Bound: Eaton Vance interns volunteered on Thompson Island to help close the achievement and opportunity gaps for Boston middle schoolers.
  • Corporate Challenge: Over 100 Eaton Vance employees raced through Boston’s Back Bay in the JPMorgan Corporate Challenge to support a designated not-for-profit organization.
  • Special Olympics: A team of Eaton Vance volunteers supported the Special Olympics Summer Games.

Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular

Eaton Vance has been presenting sponsor of the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular since 2017. The oldest major Independence Day celebration in the U.S., the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular attracts more than 400,000 people annually to the banks of the Charles River in Boston for an evening of music and fireworks commemorating our nation’s founding.


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