Giving Back

Investing in our communities today,
to create a better tomorrow.

UMB provided associates a total of 9,540 hours of qualified time off in 2015.

For over a century UMB has committed to the prosperity of every community we serve.

UMB donated $550k in the Kansas City region alone in 2015.

We believe unique perspectives add value to UMB by energizing the workplace.

At UMB, we’ve made a pledge to our customers that they can count on more from us. A key component of that promise includes supporting our local communities. Our service is an important and integral part of UMB’s culture.

We believe strongly in investing in our community. That’s why we partner with organizations throughout the nation to support initiatives and programs that respond in a meaningful way to community needs and priorities. We concentrate our community support in the following priority areas:

• Arts
• Agriculture
• Financial Education
• Self-Sufficiency

UMB and our associates annually donate substantial amounts of time and money to help local nonprofits and charitable organizations in all of the communities we serve.

Through UMB's Volunteer Time Off program, eligible employees receive up to 16 hours of paid time off to volunteer with organizations that support their personal passions and interests.

We have received local and national recognition for our corporate responsibility and diversity and inclusion programs. As our business has expanded over the past 100 years, so has our philanthropic support and volunteerism outreach in the communities where we live and do business. We are proud of these contributions and of our associates for their dedicated service that truly makes a difference.


Learn more about UMB Bank community involvement.


Learn more about Scout Investments community involvement.


As a responsible corporate citizen, UMB recognizes the undeniable importance of sustainable business practices.


We strive to help wherever we are most needed. View the areas where we have focused our giving back efforts.

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