FHLBank Indianapolis participates in many activities that give back to the community by matching employee donations to qualifying non-profit organizations and supporting qualifying non-profit organizations such as United Way. In addition, employees are encouraged to participate in community service projects, such as Habitat for Humanity and Indianapolis Public School #55.
You can see the many ways our employees serve our communities in our Corporate Social Responsibility Report.
2018 Corporate Social Responsibility Report
2019 Corporate Social Responsibility Report
2020 Corporate Social Responsibility Report
Below are updates of the latest initiatives from our employee groups.
Our Guiding Principles provide a framework to help create and maintain the desired culture of FHLBank Indianapolis. It is how we work and interact as employees. It is the expectation of every employee to uphold and model the bank’s guiding principles. Further details on each of the bank’s five guiding principles can be found here.
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
The Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis (FHLBI) is committed to equal opportunity and will promote diversity through all business activities including employment, management, procurement, and contracting. FHLBI will conduct its policies and practices in a manner which treats each applicant, employee and contractor fairly on the basis of merit, experience, and other work-related criteria without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, veteran's status, or mental or physical disability, in accordance with federal law. Read our Diversity and Inclusion Policy Statement for more information.
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION OF DISABILITIES
The Bank does not discriminate on the basis of disability as defined by applicable law. The Bank attempts to reasonably accommodate the known disability of an employee or an applicant for employment where such person requests a reasonable accommodation and the accommodation would not constitute an undue hardship to the Bank's business. Contact Human Resources with any requests for reasonable accommodation.