Amtrak Gives Back
Amtrak is about connecting communities. With a presence in more than 500 cities and towns nationwide, including three Canadian provinces, Amtrak strives to be a good neighbor and valuable partner to the communities we serve. We're guided by our Amtrak Values — Do the Right Thing, Excel Together, Put Customers first — which are a clear expression of our principles and beliefs, as well as the Mission and Goals given to us by Congress. They define us as a service-driven company dedicated to giving back.
Our efforts are focused on three areas:
Enhancing opportunities for historically underrepresented communities
Beautifying and preserving communities
Making our stations, railroads, and communities safer
We engage with the community to help our neighbors understand the scope, impacts and benefits of Amtrak projects, while also serving as a conduit for community feedback. Learn about Amtrak projects.
We support non-profit organizations through our On Track for Good program as well as through sponsorships and in-kind donations that align with our values, focus areas and business objectives. To submit a request for sponsorships and or in-kind donations visit our Amtrak Gives Back application.
We volunteer to lend a helping hand in the community. We continue to seek opportunities to build and strengthen partnerships to provide meaningful impact to communities, through employee volunteerism. If you have a need for volunteers to support an upcoming community project or event, please contact our Office of Community Engagement.
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