OppenheimerFunds supports a few, key community development initiatives in areas where our employees live and work. Broad in scope, these programs will have lasting impact on the community
In 2004, OppenheimerFunds became the first principal sponsor of the groundbreaking film by Project Rebirth, REBIRTH, contributing $1 million towards the production. The full-length documentary, which earned accolades at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, records the 10-year, time-lapsed rebuilding of the World Trade Center site, while simultaneously chronicling the lives of five individuals.
Project Rebirth is particularly meaningful to OppenheimerFunds, as our headquarters were located in the World Trade Center. Supporting the redevelopment of the lower Manhattan community has been a major focus for us since 9/11, and even more so since we moved back downtown in October 2003.
National September 11th Memorial and Museum
As a measure of solidarity with our neighbors in Lower Manhattan, OppenheimerFunds committed $1 million to The National September 11 Memorial & Museum, open to the public starting September 12, 2011. The Museum tells the 9/11 story through a collection of diverse artifacts, including photos, audio and video, and expressions of tribute and remembrance. The Memorial is designed as a site for remembrance and reflection. Its twin reflecting pools, sitting within the footprints of the Twin Towers, are each nearly an acre in size and feature the largest manmade waterfalls in North America.
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