Corporate Citizenship

FMI Cares: With a history of fighting identity fraud, locating sex offenders, and reducing crime and violence in the workplace, FMI is committed to making the nation AND our communities a better and safer place to work and live. We have helped the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children find and safely return missing children to their families. But we also help out in less dramatic but equally important ways. FMI  volunteered nearly:

  • 5,500 hours in 2008
  • 7,500 hours in 2009
  • 8,430 hours in 2010
  • 6,428 hours in 2011
  • 4,856 hours in 2012
  • 3,915 ┬áhours in 2013
  • 4,873 ┬áhours in 2014
  • 9,845 hours in 2015
  • 7684 hours in 2016
  • 5417 hours in 2017
  • 6895 hours in 2018
  • 4795 hours in 2019

We feed the hungry, have helped house the homeless, helped disadvantaged children, improved the environment, and made life a little easier for the disabled. We are proud to take a leadership role in our approach to corporate responsibility, so that customers, suppliers and the national community will continue to recognize us as an open, honest and principled organization.

Nonprofit Partnerships: FMI partners with a variety of non-profit organizations to help make the community a better place.

Associate Initiatives: Our core values are a wellspring of volunteerism, community service and charitable contributions. We have raised more than $380,000 for worthy nonprofit organizations.We also maintain matching and direct giving programs for associates to select the causes they wish to support throughout the year.

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