§__.12(i) – 2
Q: Are personal charitable activities provided by an institution’s employees or directors outside the ordinary course of their employment considered community development services?
A2. No. Services must be provided as a representative of the institution. For example, if a financial institution’s director, on her own time and not as a representative of the institution, volunteers one evening a week at a local community development corporation’s financial counseling program, the institution may not consider this activity a community development service.
Source: Interagency Questions & Answers Regarding Community Reinvestment | July 2016