CBRE Community Impact Initiative

CBRE thrives when people and the communities in which we live and work thrive.

“That’s why we are fervently committed to playing a larger role in helping to address urgent global issues like slowing the planet’s warming and pressing local issues like ensuring that Dallas’s most disadvantaged young people are given every opportunity to forge healthy, happy and productive lives,” said Bob Sulentic, president and chief executive officer. “Nationally, CBRE’s success – today and in the future – depends on drawing from the widest possible talent pool, so we have a vested interest in supporting programs across the country that educate young women and people of color and prepare them for flourishing careers in commercial real estate.”

CBRE is making significant financial contributions to and partnering through volunteerism with the following non-profit organizations. The details below share how CBRE is working with these organizations to better our climate and the communities where we live and work.



Institute for Sustainable Communities (ISC)
Cities Program and General Funding

Support ISC’s work directly with communities around the world facilitating just, equitable, inclusive, next-generation climate and sustainability solutions through technical assistance, partnerships and coalition-building.

Rocky Mountain Institute

Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI)
Carbon-Free Buildings Program and General Funding

Support RMI’s work to transform the global energy system through engagement with policymakers, developers, and communities across the U.S., India, and China to catalyze the massive transition required in the buildings sector, bringing buildings to the forefront of a zero-carbon future.


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Asia Pacific Islander American (APIA) Scholarship Fund
General Scholarship Program

Support APIA Scholars’ mission to educate, elevate, and empower Asian and Pacific Islander American students through holistic college-to-career programming including scholarships, mentorship, leadership development, higher education research, and partnerships with APIA-serving campuses across the nation.


Bridges from School to Work
General Programing 

Support the organization’s 12 cities that match in- and out-of-school young adults with disabilities ages 17-24 to businesses seeking capable entry-level workers.


Girls Inc., National
Project Accelerate 

Support the organization’s program that addresses inequality in the workplace, particularly the absence of women of color in positions of influence and leadership.


Hiring Our Heroes (HOH)
Education & Networking Program

Support HOH's mission to connect the military community—service members, military spouses, and veterans—with American businesses to create economic opportunity and a strong and diversified workforce through professional development, educational opportunities and employment connections.


Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF)
General Scholarship Program 

Support HSF’s efforts to empower students and parents with the knowledge and resources to complete a higher education and to provide support services and scholarships for exceptional students, HSF scholars and alumni.


Point Foundation
BIPOC Scholarship Program

Support the organization’s efforts to empower promising lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer students to achieve their full academic and leadership potential, despite the obstacles often put before them.


Project Destined
General Programming 

Support the organization’s efforts to provide training in financial literacy and entrepreneurship and its work-based learnings programs to encourage student interest in pursuing commercial real estate careers.


Thurgood Marshall College Fund
General Funding for Corporate Scholarship Program

Support TMCF’s efforts to promote career readiness for hand-selected student leaders attending Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs) and Performance-Based Instruction programs through scholarships, leadership development, boot camps and immersive experiences.


Behind Every Door
Cedar Crest Community Center

Support the renovation of the recently purchased Cedar Crest Community Center to provide access to enrichment and sports activities for more than 1,000 children and teens in South Oak Cliff.


Dallas Regional Chamber (DRC)
Low-Income Families 

Support the DRC’s programs focused on creating economic development opportunities and improving the quality of life for people living in underserved areas of Southern Dallas County.


Girls Inc., Dallas
General Operations 

Support the organization’s programming that equips girls in the Dallas area to overcome gender, economic and social barriers.


I Am A Golfer Foundation
Diverse Students 

Support the organization’s mission of being a catalyst of community renewal and transformation in South Dallas through programming, preservation, and promotion of the historic Cedar Crest Golf Course.

Contact: CBRE Cares