A year of giving

Around the world, Invesco gave back to charities and causes that strengthen our local communities through employee fundraising, Invesco Cares and the Invesco Cares Foundation.

Efforts in 2021 included:
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QQQ Legacy Classic

The inaugural Invesco QQQ Legacy Classic with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) helped to profile top HBCU colleges and athletes through a men’s college basketball showcase.

Ronald McDonald House Charities

Employees in North America selected Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) as their Charity of the Year, providing RMHC with a $250,000 donation. Employees also organized a Stock the Shelves event to fulfill local RMHC’s wish lists and hosted a 30-day Peloton Challenge for clients, through which 80 clients participated and raised $16,225 for the charity.

Campaign Against Living Miserably

Employees in the U.K. extended their partnership, through 2021, with the charity Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), a leader in suicide prevention. U.K. colleagues raised over £262,000 and trained over 60 employees across EMEA as Mental Health First Aiders, many of whom then went on to also attend a CALM Champion workshop tackling the difficult subject of suicide prevention.

Operation Backpack

For our fourth consecutive year, Invesco Cares chapters across North America banded together to donate a collective $54,000 to 11 schools and nonprofits benefiting local students through Operation Backpack. Each market received $6,000 to donate to organizations of their choice to support basic technology and school supply needs.

At-Promise Youth and Community Centers

Invesco provided financial support to three At-Promise Youth and Community Centers in Atlanta, which are community facilities with specialized services for youth, that serve as the cornerstone of the Atlanta Police Foundation’s youth crime reduction initiative.

Creative Art Works and their Youth Apprentices

In partnership with the Creative Art Works and their Youth Apprentices program, Invesco supported the painting of a massive mural, 188 feet long and 12 feet high, in a courtyard of The Crossing in Harlem, New York, a mixed-income residential complex currently being redeveloped by L+M Development Partners and Invesco Real Estate.


To honor Juneteenth, Invesco purchased books highlighting diverse people and cultures from Black-owned bookstores and donated the books to local Ronald McDonald Houses. Employees also delivered free meals to local Ronald McDonald Houses along with the books.

Ocean Park Conservation Foundation

More than 20 Invesco Hong Kong employees raised money to support the Ocean Park Conservation Foundation, a charity that preserves local wildlife and conveys conservation messages to the local community.

The Never Forget Fund

On the 20th anniversary of 9/11 Invesco donated $20,000 to The Never Forget Fund, which supports the 9/11 Memorial & Museum’s efforts to preserve the monument’s significance as a sacred place of remembrance, reflection and education.

Chongming Island Clean Up

Employees spent the weekend cleaning up Chongming Island, China’s third largest island, which contains a wetland park that serves as a popular destination for migrating birds.

Invesco Women’s Network

In collaboration with the Invesco Women’s Network, employees participated in the annual Mother’s Day Classic at various locations across Melbourne and Sydney to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer research.

QQQ Thanksgiving Day Half Marathon

More than 7,000 runners, walkers and volunteers gave back through the Invesco QQQ Thanksgiving Day Half Marathon, the largest half marathon held on Thanksgiving in the U.S.

NPO Maggie's Tokyo Charity

Invesco Japan supported NPO Maggie’s Tokyo, a charity providing free cancer support and information at their center and also online. As part of our support, Tokyo colleagues set a donation box to collect books, DVDs and other peripherals to be enjoyed by patrons at the center.