December 19, 2017


Comerica Colleagues Support the Community with Holiday Spirit

Comerica Colleagues Support the Community with Holiday Spirit
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Comerica volunteers participated in the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children’s holiday decorating party for the 20th consecutive year. More than 50 trees were decorated and placed throughout the hospital in hopes of lifting the spirits of the patients during the holidays.

Comerica Bank colleagues across the country have been wrapping up their year-long volunteer efforts by sharing their holiday spirit in the community. From decorating trees to serving a traditional Thanksgiving dinner to donating items for veterans undergoing medical treatment, Comerica colleagues embraced the opportunity to brighten the holidays for people of all ages.

Comerica colleagues in Northern California recently held a donation drive to assist The Defenders Lodge, almost 200 items were collected in donations

“As the end of the year approaches, our employees often reflect on the gifts they’ve been given in their lives and are looking for ways to give back to those who may not be as fortunate,” explained Patricia McCann, who leads Comerica’s volunteer efforts. “Finding opportunities for our employees to donate their time to local nonprofit organizations is one way we demonstrate our commitment to the communities we serve.”

Comerica Bank and The Parade Company hosted metro Detroit students at The Parade Company studio to celebrate the meaning of Thanksgiving through education, community and tradition. This year’s event represents the ninth year the Comerica Charitable Foundation has hosted students for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, special behind-the-scenes tour and a financial literacy discussion.

This year Comerica challenged its colleagues to donate 65,000 volunteer hours in the community. With 61,000 volunteer hours already recorded, employees are on their way to exceeding that goal.

Congratulations Comerica Incorporated!