Adobe’s mission is to change the world through digital experiences. We enable individuals and organizations to create, connect, teach and advocate in ways that help them work better and drive deeper connections.

We start by ensuring our 16,000+ employees are treated fairly and with respect. We invest in programs that drive greater workforce diversity and inclusion worldwide, and believe that when people feel valued, they can be more creative, innovative and successful.

We actively encourage our employees to be involved, leading lives that help support their communities and sustain the environment.

Sustainability and social impact have been at the core of Adobe’s culture since the beginning, and we are committed to preserving our leadership position through continual investments in innovative social impact initiatives, driving the kind of change that enhances business for Adobe and our customers, while also improving the world around us.
Adobe operates responsibly and sustainably.

We believe that sound sustainability strategies are good for our business and the environment. We support the transition to a low-carbon economy, and are committed to running our sites and delivering our products with 100 percent renewable energy by 2035.

We’re proud of the ways our products help our customers make an impact. But we believe that changing the world also extends to how we run our business, support the communities around us, and work to reduce our effect on the environment.

In 2016, we were honored to be named to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index World, the gold standard in the investor community for corporate responsibility reporting.

We couldn’t be more pleased by these accomplishments, and how they demonstrate the commitment of our workforce to sustainability and social impact.

We invested $37.9M - cash and in-kind - in the communities where we live and work, up 8 percent from 2015. Our Pro Bono program enables employees to give their talent to nonprofits that need it, giving the equivalent of $1.2M in talent contributions through Pro Bono projects.
Our programs and philanthropic investments in education are supporting a more diverse workforce in computer science, as well as greater access to technology and inspiration for the next generation of artists.

In 2016, we launched Project 1324, an initiative an initiative to support, connect and amplify the work of emerging creatives.

We also piloted the Adobe Digital Academy, a training program that helps adult underrepresented minorities transition into the Tech industry from non-technology fields.

We couldn’t be more proud of these accomplishments, and the efforts of our employees worldwide, who continually embody Adobe’s culture and commitment to sustainability and social impact.

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