The Right Way to Change Perspectives

Have you ever had an experience that changed the way you see things? Perhaps, as a result, that experience inspired you to influence positive change in your life or someone else's.

At OppenheimerFunds, we believe that giving back should include more than just writing a check. We believe in taking an active, hands-on approach to all that we do so we can better serve our investors, our communities and the world at large. The Right Way is our signature philanthropy program. Its goal is to help change peoples' perspectives and encourage them to roll up their sleeves and make a difference.

We are partnering with two exceptional organizations that share our firm's mission, beliefs and core values. Through active experiences, they tackle some of the most pressing global issues and are passionate about changing peoples' perspectives.

MoMath — the Museum of Mathematics — addresses the decline in the number of students who are achieving in math and preparing for careers that rely on mathematics. The museum's dynamic, first-of-its-kind facility provides exhibits and programs that actively engage the public and make math more fun and less intimidating.

Cross Cultural Solutions addresses critical global issues by providing meaningful and sustainable volunteer service to communities abroad. Their global volunteer program creates influential cultural exchanges, delivers real change to communities and increases awareness of global issues.

The Right Way is our way of making a difference. Please visit our Facebook page or ask your OppenheimerFunds consultant to learn more about The Right Way and our two partners.

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