Benjamin Moore is committed to inspiring and transforming North American communities by supporting programs and nonprofit organizations that open doors, provide stability and preserve our history for generations to come.

Focused on workforce development, housing and community development, and preservation/sustainability, the Benjamin Moore GIVING MOORE program offers assistance to our communities and charitable partners through in-kind donations, financial contributions and employee volunteer hours. Additionally, Benjamin Moore teams across the country give to local organizations that align with our giving mission and enhance the communities where our employees live and work—including those supporting first responders, youth initiatives, environmental conservation programs, and disaster relief efforts.
A YouthBuild student visits a Benjamin Moore facility.

Developing the Next Generation of Workers

Through educational programs that teach architecture, interior design, trade skills, science, technology and engineering, Benjamin Moore is helping open doors to enable people to achieve careers they never thought possible. The company recently partnered with the Painting Contractors Association (PCA) and TEACH Construction on a Painting Contractor Workforce Development Initiative – an educational program composed of a 15-segment Trade Best Practice video series for beginners, as well as an in-depth classroom program designed to offer content on various topics within the painting trade. Since 2015, Benjamin Moore has provided nearly $500,000 in scholarship and program funding to help students gain access to enhanced education in these fields.
A veteran looks at his newly adapted smart home.

Transforming Local Communities

From innovative and environmentally friendly homes to projects that enhance shared spaces and bring people together, Benjamin Moore is committed to enriching the communities where we live and work through partnerships with organizations such as the American Cancer Society and the Gary Sinise Foundation. Since inception, Benjamin Moore has provided the Gary Sinise Foundation with more than 6,200 gallons of paint and helped welcome home more than 30 severely wounded veterans and their families to specially adapted smart homes.
Benjamin Moore employees volunteer for the Boys & Girls Club.

Giving Back through Volunteerism

Employees are encouraged to volunteer with nonprofit organizations in their local communities, whether as teams or individuals, and are extremely generous with their time both inside and outside the workplace. Benjamin Moore employees consistently donate over 1,000 volunteer hours each year to charities in the communities we serve – including participation in a company-wide initiative in honor of National Day of Service.
Benjamin Moore supports the preservation of Lyndhurst.

Caring for our Environment – Preserving our History

Benjamin Moore is proud of our role in protecting and preserving our history and our future. Through the use of sustainable coatings, we work with and support numerous nonprofit organizations and local projects that maintain and beautify our environment as well as enhance historic places for generations to come. To date, Benjamin Moore has provided the National Trust for Historic Preservation with more than 1,500 gallons of paint to revitalize several properties across the United States, including Cooper Molera Adobe in Monterey, CA, Nina Simone’s Childhood Home in Tryon, NC, Lyndhurst in Tarrytown, NY, Drayton Hall in Charleston, SC, and President Lincoln’s Cottage in Washington, D.C.
A Benjamin Moore employee tests water from a creek on our premises.


We pride ourselves on being environmental stewards at work and in the community.

A Benjamin Moore employee at manufacturing facility.


Our diverse workforce forms one team collectively working toward shared success and continuing a more than 135 year legacy.

A Benjamin Moore employee mixes a vat of paint.


We are committed to delivering products that are innovative, effective, safe and minimize our impact on the environment.

A native purple pickerelweed, as seen on Benjamin Moore premises.

Corporate Responsibility Overview Archive

2016, 2017 and 2019 reports available for download.