Oliver Wyman’s purpose is to accelerate breakthroughs, and in 2022 our colleagues carried that standard to their work for nonprofit organizations. In this year’s edition of the Oliver Wyman for Society Digital Magazine, you will find stories highlighting those efforts across the globe.
While much of the firm’s volunteer work focused on supporting the people of Ukraine, that did not deter Oliver Wyman colleagues from their usual commitments to local charities and major nonprofits through social impact consulting work. Explore our global impact map to learn how colleagues contributed to their communities, supported our commitment to sustainability through reforestation, and served charities through our nonprofit fellowship program. In this report you will also find a review of the multiyear partnership between Oliver Wyman and Save the Children, reflecting on how we have supported the nonprofit organization in a variety of ways, such as developing leadership training and creating new funding models from the UK to India and beyond.
We hope the stories of colleagues’ generosity and creative contributions will inspire us all to continue seeking opportunities to put our expertise to work making the world a better place.
From our society to yours,
The Oliver Wyman for Society Team
When Oliver Wyman employees collaborate, they do great things. In this section, we feature three stories of colleagues who came together to create lasting impact. A group of employees in Warsaw pooled their resources to help Ukrainian refugees, and inspired colleagues around the world to join them. A longtime partner with a special talent for auctioneering spread his joy for charity auctions across the land. And with multiple projects over several years, Oliver Wyman colleagues partnered with major international nonprofit Save the Children.
Supporting Ukraine From Day One
Oliver Wyman offered immediate aid to Ukrainian refugees and long-term support.
Charity Auctions Inspire A Tradition Of Joyful Giving
With humor and not-so-subtle pressure, Rich Yannaco persuades Oliver Wyman colleagues to open their wallets for good causes.
Seven-By-Seven For Save The Children
Through seven projects over seven years, Oliver Wyman helped a major global nonprofit expand its resources.
Stories of breakthroughs abound in Oliver Wyman’s support of nonprofit organizations, and here you will find many examples. In a year marked by war and global hunger, Oliver Wyman colleagues dug deep to help. The firm launched a major initiative to draw on technology to end world hunger. Other Social Impact projects improved the operations of nonprofits around the world, supported children experiencing mental health crises, helped women stabilize income by planting fruit trees to attract bees to a forest, and many more. Further, Oliver Wyman offices organized volunteers to help mentor children, pack food bags, find shelter for refugees, and other projects. The generosity continued to the end of the year, as holiday charity auctions raised record amounts.
Roll over the map locations to learn about the giving of Oliver Wyman offices across the globe.