THE 14TH ANNUAL SHORTY AWARDS

The Shorty Awards honor the best of social media and digital. View this season's finalists!

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From the 3rd Annual Shorty Social Good Awards Best in Financial Services

This award honors efforts of organizations in the financial services industry to make the world a better place. Objectives may include cause based campaigns and programs, raising awareness or funds for a cause and promoting volunteer programs. Banks, credit cards, money management and financial services firms are eligible for this award.

See previous winners and honorees here.

Nominees

finalist
#WeDoGood: Building a movement for social good
As a social enterprise, B Corp, and benefit corporation, we aim to create a positive impact on soci…
Bevel PR
Bevel is committed to bringing diversity and inclusion to the finance and tech spheres. Founded by …
finalist
Can't Judge A Book
Mastercard has been a sponsor of the GRAMMYs for years, tying our passion for music with music's bi…
finalist
Citi’s “That Giving Feeling” Campaign for No Kid Hungry
Citi's mission is to enable progress for our clients and for the communities we serve. We want to h…
finalist
Discovering the Power of Humanity with Citi
In 2017, Citi proudly partnered with Global Citizen for the 7th consecutive year to help end extrem…
finalist
Helping Small Businesses Launch and Grow
Supporting small businesses is at the core of CIT's mission, and we do that by providing access to …
Lubona's Wish
Funds contributed by the bank help provide free lifesaving antiretroviral medication to mothers to …
Make History Now
With the digital revolution, banking is being fundamentally redefined. At 50, DBS, like banking, is…
Meet the Social Innovators of Asia’s Future
With the digital revolution, banking is being fundamentally redefined. At 50, DBS, like banking, is…
National Bank of Arizona - A Community Bank
National Bank of Arizona is a local community bank that since its inception in 1984 has only one mi…
winner
Visa "Money Is Changing"
The problem: The payment category has exploded in a "new ways to pay" arms race as new tech brands …