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Making a difference: SERVE Impact Month

August 04, 2022
Fannie Mae
Fannie Mae

Fannie Mae has a long tradition of serving our communities and giving back. Our SERVE initiative provides opportunities for employees to volunteer individually or as a part of a team in community projects.

Each year during SERVE Impact Month, employees engage in both virtual and in-person projects that support our mission and make a difference in local communities.

This year, over 1,000 employees volunteered on more than 100 projects with our nonprofit partners across the nation. These included revitalizing low-income housing, planting community gardens, providing career and resume advice, and more.

Our spirit of service is carried beyond SERVE Impact Month and is supported by a culture of employee volunteerism and giving. That’s why we provide up to 10 hours of paid leave each month to participate in volunteer service. We also match gifts of up to $5,000 for any eligible U.S.-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit and have a Community Investment and Engagement Team that offers in-person, virtual, and skills-based volunteer opportunities throughout the year.

Giving back is a pillar of Fannie Mae culture, and we love to see it come to life through SERVE.

Are you looking for a place where your passion for giving back can thrive? Search our open positions.

An Equal Opportunity Employer

Fannie Mae is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Fannie Mae is committed to providing reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities who are employees or applicants for employment, unless to do so would cause undue hardship to the company. If you need assistance using our online system and/or you need a reasonable accommodation related to the hiring/application process, you may contact us by e-mail.

WARNING: Please note that Fannie Mae does not use Google chat services for job screening or interviews with potential candidates. If you apply to a position at Fannie Mae and meet the requirements, a Fannie Mae recruiter may be in touch by phone, text message, or through email on a Fannie Mae email address. If someone reaches out to you through email using a non-Fannie Mae email address or Google chat claiming to be an HR manager or senior officer at Fannie Mae with a work-from-home opportunity and requests information from you or asks to interview you via chat, DO NOT provide any requested information and please contact us via e-mail to alert us. Additionally, please feel free to e-mail us if you feel like you have been contacted by someone who does not represent or work at Fannie Mae.

California residents, under the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”), Fannie Mae is required to inform any California resident who is our job applicant about the categories of “personal information” we collect about you and the purposes for which we will use this information. To read the full notice, please click here.