Employee Volunteerism is One Million Strong for Eighth Straight Year
Lockheed Martin employees logged more than one million volunteer hours in 2012. This marks the eighth straight year that employees have donated an exceptional amount of time to community service. Whether providing support for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education activities, military-focused organizations, or local community events, employees continued to assist numerous groups across the country.
Our diverse workforce participates in a wide-range of activities every year that support the causes that are important to them. Serving as coaches for youth athletics, mentoring students, visiting the elderly, baking at church festivals, stuffing care packages, and walking or riding a bike to support a nonprofit association are just some of the countless ways employees are volunteering.
Employees who volunteered 100 hours or more in 2012 are eligible for President’s Volunteer Service Award, which is given annually in April.
Our employees are truly making a difference in the communities where we live and work, proving that giving back to others is part of the Lockheed Martin culture.
To enter volunteer activities and hours for 2013, employees should access the Volunteer Time Log through LM People.
Visit LM People > Work Environment > Community Involvement > Volunteer Time Log
To learn more about Lockheed Martin’s efforts in community outreach, visit lockheedmartin.com/community.
Posted March 13, 2013
- Lockheed Martin employees logged more than one million volunteer hours in 2012.
- Our employees are truly making a difference in the communities where we live and work.