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Drive Community Resilience

We work to drive community resiliency by protecting our firm's and community assets against evolving threats and by addressing inequitable access to resources.

Material Topics:

  • Access & Affordability
  • Business Model Resilience
  • Climate Change and GHG Emissions
  • Community Relations
  • Customer Privacy and Data Security
  • Innovation & Technology
  • Physical & Sociopolitical Risks
  • Public Health Risks

Resilience Through Community Engagement

We support and partner with charitable organizations directly addressing the most pressing needs of local communities in the U.S. and internationally. We help these organizations protect their own assets, achieve their missions, and ultimately, increase the resiliency of the people and communities they serve.

Coming out of the pandemic, we supported organizations such as Rebuilding Together and City Year to build stronger communities; Wolf Trap Center for the Performing Arts, the Kennedy Center, and the National Children's Museum to enable innovative cultural and educational outreach in local communities; and the Children's Inn at the National Institutes of Health and Children's National Hospital to improve health outcomes for our youngest community members. We take a proactive approach to investing in charitable organizations that help communities prepare for, respond to, and recover from natural disasters and other humanitarian crises.

Investment Value
FY20 FY21 FY22
Financial Contributions1 $12M2 $3.09M $5.88M4
Pro Bono Services3 $386,580 $1.736M $676,000


  1. Direct payments from Booz Allen to nonprofit organizations and classified as contributions in our financial system. These include but are not limited to employee-directed corporate contributions associated with matching grants, volunteer service grants, and volunteer recognition programs.
  2. FY20 included a special allocation to support elements of the firm's COVID-19 response.
  3. Attributed fair market value of in-kind consulting services provided at no cost to charitable organizations.
  4. $2M of which was a special allocation to the Booz Allen Foundation.
Partner Spotlights:
  • Asian Business Association of San Diego
    Booz Allen helped the Asian Business Association of San Diego build its data science capabilities and increase its support for Asian-owned businesses in San Diego.
  • CARE
    We worked with CARE as our humanitarian response partner to quickly set up matching gift campaigns in the face of crises affecting communities around the world. Through employee gifts matched by Booz Allen corporate contributions, we donated $380,000 to CARE's humanitarian aid programs supporting people affected by crises in Afghanistan and Ukraine.
  • Coalition for Nonprofit Housing and Economic Development
    The Coalition for Nonprofit Housing and Economic Development is a dynamic association that leads and supports the community development field in Washington, DC. Working directly with small business owners, Booz Allen provided data-based recommendations to improve content and delivery of workforce-development-related services available through the Family Rehousing and Stabilization Program (FRSP).

FY22 Community Engagement by the Numbers

Booz Allen Cares is a digital platform used by the Community Impact & Philanthropy team to vet nonprofit organizations prior to Booz Allen's provision of employee volunteer support, in-kind services, and financial contributions in order to mitigate business, legal, and reputational risks. Our people are encouraged to record their personal and firm-supported volunteer hours in Booz Allen Cares. They can also use Booz Allen Cares to make personal financial contributions to nonprofit organizations; at times, their personal contributions are matched by Booz Allen. Information about the types of organizations and activities eligible for Booz Allen's support is available on our website.

donated by 2,875 employees to more than 2K nonprofit organizations, a 13% increase in employee giving
awarded to nonprofit organizations selected by employees who earned Impact Awards by recording their volunteer hours in Booz Allen Cares
hours of volunteer service contributed by employees to nonprofit organizations
in corporate charitable contributions to nonprofit organizations
charitable nonprofit organizations benefited from employee volunteerism, despite barriers created by the COVID-19 pandemic
employee volunteers drive and empower colleagues to participate in local community impact efforts with support from our centrally managed Community Engagement Council