We’re all global citizens, and that’s why we’re compelled to make an impact through more than just drawing up deals.

We’re committed to the Americas in every way—helping to ensure businesses grow, economies thrive and that communities are cared for. Here are some of the ways we give of our talent, time and funding.

Funding progress through the Mizuho USA Foundation

Our charitable arm—The Mizuho USA Foundation—funds community initiatives and nonprofits that strengthen and revitalize urban neighborhoods. Last year, we focused on affordable housing preservation, employment for low income youth and adults, and family homelessness prevention.

More about our grant programs and how to apply

amount of grants given since inception

Developing community

Under the federal and state Community Reinvestment Act (CRA), our US commercial bank, Mizuho Bank (USA), has received an “Outstanding” CRA rating for meeting the needs of our community, particularly in low- and moderate-income neighborhoods through community development loans, investments, grants and services. 

Taking the time

Our ongoing volunteer programs respond to local needs in the Americas and help employees make a difference through skills-based and hands-on activities like reading with youth, job skills and financial literacy training, renovating community facilities, food distribution and donation drives.


NYC Mayoral Service Recognition Program honoree for demonstrating a remarkable commitment to employee volunteer engagement

Take a look at some highlights from the past year

Community Service

Employees give back to the local communities on our annual Mizuho Volunteer Day—painting murals at schools, building homes with Habitat for Humanity, and preparing and distributing food for families in need

Community Service

Every week for 20 years, Mizuho volunteers in New York have helped serve lunch to senior citizens at Encore Community Services

Career Readiness

Staff host and mentor high school students during their six-week summer internships at Mizuho Americas


Mizuho team members have walked and raised $1.12 million over twenty-six years for the March of Dimes’ “March for Babies”

Financial Education
Financial Education

Volunteers teach the basics of personal finance in an after-school seminar at a local high school


Mizuho tutors read with NYC elementary school students weekly through Innovations for Learning

Workforce Development

Mizuho USA Foundation board members toured grantee Hot Bread Kitchen to learn more about its training programs for low-income food entrepreneurs in East Harlem