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Open unlocks the world's potential

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Our deep commitment to the open source community is key to our success, and it extends beyond our technology. We do our best when we do good together.

Strengthening the communities where we live and work

Our corporate citizenship program, Red Hat Cares, includes donations to nonprofit organizations, our gift matching and global volunteer programs, as well as leadership engagement. We primarily focus our efforts in areas Red Hatters care about the most, including organizations that provide for basic human needs, STEM education, and health education.

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More than US$3 million donated to charitable causes

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20,000+ meals packaged in the U.S. with Rise Against Hunger

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270+ hours building for Habitat for Humanity and TECHO

Fostering innovation through an open organization

Red Hatters are passionate, creative, and high-performing individuals who are bound by the same purpose: to ensure that open source continues to unlock the world’s potential.

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Red Hat provides leadership development opportunities for associates at all levels

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25% of Red Hatters work remotely

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Every Red Hat employee, including our CEO, can participate in company-wide discussions on memo-list

Reducing environmental impact through sustainable practices

As Red Hat grows, so does our impact on the environment and surrounding communities. Our global offices are the foundation of our sustainability program, and we’re dedicated to reducing our waste, consumption, and emissions.

Explore our sustainability efforts

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Our buildings in Raleigh, Westford, Pune, Delhi, and Bangalore have received LEED Certification

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Red Hat Tower in Raleigh has reduced 35% of water use and 30% of lighting use against standards

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Lighting systems in Pune and Bangalore are 35% more efficient than ASHRAE standards

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