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Featured Partnerships & Initiatives

Booz Allen partners with nonprofit organizations that help make a meaningful difference in the lives of others. To amplify our support at a corporate level, employees generously donate their time to help these organizations achieve their missions. The following examples represent a small sampling among scores of our partnerships and initiatives.

USO and Wounded Warrior Mentor Programs

Booz Allen employees recognize the sacrifices made by our veterans, wounded warriors, and their families in serving our country. We show our appreciation and respect through partnerships with organizations like the USO and the Wounded Warrior Mentor Program.


Booz Allen’s TIME TO INSPIRESM initiative is about harnessing the time and talent of our firm’s greatest asset–our people–to inspire others. We invite individuals, community organizations, and companies to join us in our commitment to mentoring. Click on TIME TO INSPIRESM to learn more about programs like For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST ®) – a program that gets kids excited about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) skills and careers.

Nonprofit Speaker Series

The Nonprofit Conference Speaker Series Sessions, developed by the firm in partnership with leaders in the nonprofit sector and delivered by experts in the field, are created for nonprofit executive directors, development directors, fundraisers, staff, and board members to provide high-caliber, affordable training.

Rebuilding Together

Since 1995, Booz Allen has partnered with Rebuilding Together, a leading nonprofit organization working to preserve affordable homeownership and revitalize communities. Each April, we celebrate National Rebuilding Day by volunteering to restore homes–and lives–in communities where our employees live and work.

The Smithsonian Institution

Booz Allen worked with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) to present “The Secret in the Cellar–A Written in Bone Forensic Mystery from Colonial America.” The Webcomic-style project, hosted on the NMHN web site, combines graphic novel techniques and interactive activities to tell a story. Visitors act as forensic investigators and discover what the bones of an authentic human skeleton reveal about a boy who lived in colonial America, including ethnicity, age, diet, and cause of death.