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Booz Allen people are known for their passion—and it’s not limited to delivering for clients. In 2014, when the firm challenged employees to volunteer 100,000 hours in honor of its 100th year in business, one team went above and beyond and had a nationwide impact.
It started in 2012, when two Booz Allen colleagues from the firm’s health market drafted a community service plan for their team. A year later, the effort grew to 13 members and spearheaded fundraising that generated more than $25,000 for five not-for-profits. By 2014, Booz Allen’s centennial year, the grassroots effort had grown into a market-wide employee-led campaign named The Brains And Hearts (BAH) Campaign—a statement of what makes the firm great and a nod to our BAH New York Stock Exchange symbol. They set an ambitious goal: 10,000 volunteer hours in a single year for a 1,200-person team—a 10 percent share of the firm’s goal. They did that, and so much more.
“Booz Allen people are known for their passion—and it's not limited to delivering for their clients.”
Colleagues were surveyed first to select causes they were passionate about, and to align with programs important to the team’s two largest clients, the U.S. Departments of Health and Human Services and Veterans Affairs.
In all, more than 30 percent of the team volunteered 17,460 hours last year—175% of their initial goal. Through 200 service events in 29 locations, the employees in the health market directly assisted 62 not-for-profits and their constituents. The team walked, raced, and pedaled for cancer research, fallen soldiers, and foster children. They stocked food banks and backpacks for underprivileged kids, mentored at-risk youth and women veterans, and helped homeless animals find new homes.
What started as the passion of two in the Washington, DC, metro area ignited a nationwide campaign that sparked unprecedented levels of volunteerism—and real impact in communities across the nation.