DOING THINGS BETTER EVERYDAY
When customers shop with The Home Depot, they invite us into their homes and businesses. We are grateful for their trust and understand the responsibility that comes with it. That's why we are committed to doing things better every day - building a great place to work for our more than 400,000 associates, constantly improving the sustainability of our products and operations, and giving back to the communities we're proud to call our own. The Home Depot has been empowering doers since 1979. It is our hope that we will continue to empower our customers, business and planet for many years to come.
Thank you for taking the time to learn more about how The Home Depot is working to Operate Sustainably, Focus on People, and Strengthen Communities.
Improving our supply chain and operations to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions.
Doing our part to reduce our environmental impact and that of our customers.
Focus on People
We are proud to have invested over a quarter of a billion dollars to veteran-related causes. Whether it's installing a ramp, repairing a fence or building a home from scratch, we consider it a duty, honor and privilege to give back to our veterans and their families.
When nature unleashes its worst, we’re ready. We work to be the last stores to close and the first to reopen to help communities prepare and recover, and when it's time to help repair the damage, Team Depot volunteers are among the first on the scene.
In today's technology-driven times, a need for skilled tradespeople has surfaced. The Home Depot Foundation is investing $50 million to train 20,000 skilled men and women to work in the industry pipeline by 2028.
Living our values in how we do business.
The Home Depot strives to be the employer, retailer, investment and neighbor of choice in our industry. We understand our responsibility to behave ethically, to understand the impact we have on people and communities, and to fairly consider the interests of a broad base of constituencies. Learn More.
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