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Delta’s mission to connect the world includes our commitment to being a strong partner to the communities where our employees live, work and serve
Delta has remained steadfast in our commitment to address climate change
Our people are our strongest competitive advantage, and the high-quality service they provide sets us apart.
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Connecting Within Our Communities

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Delta’s mission to connect the world includes our commitment to being a strong partner to the communities where our employees live, work and serve—an effort that remained steadfast during the pandemic.
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As a purpose-driven company, giving back to our communities has been core to Delta and our culture for nearly 100 years, demonstrated by the thousands of volunteer hours and $36 million in charitable contributions from Delta and The Delta Air Lines Foundation in 2021.
As the pandemic continued to reshape community engagement, Delta has remained a leader in creating global change and was recognized as one of the 50 most community-minded companies in the U.S. in 2021 as an honoree of The Civic 50 by Points of Light and as the American Red Cross’ No. 1 corporate blood drive sponsor—both for the fourth year in a row.

Delta believes that travel is for everyone.

As part of creating an inclusive and equitable environment, we seek to deliver the best service and accessibility to help our customers with disabilities feel confident in their travel experience. Delta has a dedicated Disability Programs office, which works across divisions to ensure accessible travel, and an Advisory Board on Disability, comprised of 14 customer-members who have or are experts on various disabilities, which provides Delta direct input on the travel experience. You can learn more about what accessibility services Delta offers on
Additionally, Delta’s Disability Programs office partners with ABLE, Delta’s employee resource group focused on promoting inclusion for employees with disabilities. In 2021, for a sixth consecutive year, Delta achieved 100% on the Disability Equality Index® (DEI®) “Best Places to Work™,” which is a prominent tool for Fortune 1000 companies to gauge their level of disability workplace inclusion.
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Impacting Our Environment

Delta is committed to creating a more sustainable world for tomorrow. Through key community partnerships, Delta is advancing that commitment by:
Launching tree-planting initiatives with nonprofit partners in Atlanta, Boston, Detroit, Los Angeles, New York City, Salt Lake City, Seattle and India
Supporting The Trust for Public Land and the National Monuments Foundation to transform the 16-acre Cook Park in Atlanta into a vital urban greenspace, which opened in July 2021
Empowering young people to effect positive change in their communities through support of Jane Goodall’s Roots and Shoots program and longtime partnership with the Jane Goodall Institute
Expanding our long-standing partnership with the Captain Planet Foundation to build and support 14 Project Learning Gardens at schools in Atlanta, New York City and Seattle
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Tree Equity

In 2021, Delta served as the seed partner for Trees Atlanta and Central Atlanta Progress Downtown Tree Planting Plan, which aims to increase the tree canopy in downtown Atlanta by planting 10,000 trees over 10 years.
With only 3% tree canopy coverage compared to the city’s overall coverage of 48%, Atlanta’s downtown becomes an urban heat island in the center of the city.
Delta people planted 68 trees downtown in November 2021, enhancing the tree canopy and designed to create a more equitable, healthier neighborhood.