Employee Volunteerism

Giving back to the community is interwoven into the culture at Northrop Grumman.

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Strengthening Partnerships in Our Communities

Our employees’ support, dedication and passion help strengthen the partnerships we build in the communities where we work and live. Volunteerism is encouraged as a way to network, team build and develop leadership skills while making a difference.

We provide Community Service Grants in recognition of our employees’ volunteer efforts, whether at a Northrop Grumman volunteer event or when volunteering on their own. Eligible employees can apply for a $500 Community Service Grant benefiting a nonprofit organization or school for which they volunteer. To be eligible for consideration, employees must volunteer at least 40 hours with qualifying organizations and log their hours in the My Giving portal.

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Volunteer Stories

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Volunteering in Vietnam

As a member of Hope for Tomorrow for the past 10 years, Hung is passionate about giving back to others.
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Rising From the Ashes

While wildfires ravaged their community, Alden and Chris signed up to become volunteer firefighters.

Supporting the Olympiad

Science fairs changed Russ’s life, and he believes they can do the same for underserved students everywhere.