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Posted by Steve McManus on August 14, 2014
This week colleagues from Booz Allen’s Philadelphia office and locations across Maryland, Virginia, New Jersey and beyond will demonstrate our commitment the Philadelphia community and our servicemen and women by volunteering at the National Veterans Wheelchair Games (NVWG) to be held August 12-17 in Philadelphia, PA.
The NVWG, presented by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA), attracts more than 500 participants each year to participate in more than 15 different sporting events. As a gold sponsor of the Games, Booz Allen selected the Quad Rugby matches as our signature sponsor sporting event. On Friday, August 15 and Sunday, August 17, firm colleagues, friends and family will be volunteering to cheer on our veteran athletes who will demonstrate their bravery and perseverance by competing in their wheelchairs.
When approached with the opportunity to lead the volunteer recruitment for the Philadelphia office, I didn’t have to think twice. An event of this magnitude could not happen without the support of volunteers from Booz Allen, other companies and sponsors and the general public. Volunteering is a way we can show that our support for our clients goes far beyond what we do under contract.
As I think about participating just a few days from now, I find myself considering the impact these events will have on me and the other volunteers. We will have an opportunity to learn about the success and challenges of those with whom we might not otherwise have an opportunity to interact, and to gain an understanding of and deeper respect for the undeniable strength of our veterans.