Enriching lives, one experience at a time
At Sage, we firmly believe that a strong sense of community is essential. In each neighborhood where we live, work, and play, we are committed to giving back. We understand the value of contributing financially, our time, resources, skills, and knowledge to make a positive difference.
From our Home Office to our properties all across the country, Sage associates care deeply about our communities and volunteer thousands of hours a year to improve the lives of others. We encourage and support our associates in devoting their time to non-profits and causes that resonate with their passions and enrich their communities.
At Sage, we are dedicated to making an impact every single day. Here are just a few examples of where our associates share their time in our communities.
In 2023 during the Sage Leadership Festival, our leaders volunteered at Zavala Elementary School in East Austin, helping with much-needed outdoor improvements and indoor organization projects, and connected with kids for reading and enrichment activities.
For more than 35 years, the Sage Home Office has partnered with Mile High Early Learning Center to provide Christmas joy for the students of this very special school.
The team at Renaissance Pittsburgh enjoys volunteering with the Red Door Program because they help so many people in the downtown community. They have been handing out free lunches to every person who walks up to the Red Door since the Great Depression and have never missed a day...even through the pandemic.
In addition to individual and property-specific initiatives, we proudly administer three core programs, Dollars for Dreams, Hungry to Help, and the Sage Foundations Scholarship program.
While social responsibility and impact have been deeply embedded into our DNA since 1984, we've formalized the integration of our environmental, social, and governance (ESG) principles into everything we do, representing a pivotal step in aligning our day-to-day work with the highest standards of corporate responsibility and social impact.