You know us as a tax company, but we are a community company -- building connections among neighbors and supporting small business owners from coast to coast.View Report
More than one-third of small business owners say isolation is a big problem (CEO Snapshot Survey)
Only 31% of Americans know their neighbors (Pew Research)
61% of Americans are lonely (CIGNA loneliness study 2020)
We’re taking steps to do our part through our community impact platform, Make Every Block Better. We’re building connections among neighbors and providing the resources and support so the spirit of entrepreneurship thrives.
The impact of H&R Block’s corporate responsibility can be measured in neighborhoods everywhere.View Report
Hours donated by our associates during 2019 and 2020
Events organized by our partners to help communities nationwide
Dollars donated by The H&R Block Foundation, H&R Block, and associates to our partners and communities from 2019-2020
H&R Block's 10,000 offices and more than 70,000 tax professionals find unique ways to volunteer, give back, and connect people to possibility -- ultimately making every block better.
“Today we delivered over 393 pounds of food to the Murphysboro Food Pantry. Our Block office matched those donations given by the community. To say they were appreciative of the donations would be an understatement.”
Tax Lead, Senior Tax Specialist
We are better together. That’s why we’re working with national organizations and those in our hometown of Kansas City to make an even greater impact.
We’re improving the quality of life for neighbors with Habitat for Humanity. We increase access to quality housing and better neighborhood spaces through local grants and associate volunteerism, via Habitat’s network of affiliates nationwide.
We’re working with Nextdoor, the neighborhood hub, asking Americans to nominate inspiring improvement projects for their community. In our first year, we received more than 2,000 submissions from neighbors in all 50 states. The projects will enhance shared spaces and form longer-lasting connections in neighborhoods big and small.
Funded by an H&R Block Foundation grant, the Urban Neighborhood Initiative hosts community-building events that promote better connections between residents, better connect citizens to helpful resources, and is making home repairs possible throughout an underserved 10-neighborhood area in the heart of Kansas City.
With the Kauffman Foundation, we are committed to aiding the entrepreneurial ecosystem in every state and corner of the country. We’ll work together to better connect and support the small business owners that power our local economies.
Our $2 million investment in KCRise Fund II helps fund early-stage technology companies in Kansas City. A five-year program, the Fund’s investors include local corporations, family firms and prominent business leaders, all committed to building the future.