At General Dynamics, community engagement is at the core of our mission. We are dedicated to supporting our communities and giving back to them in the same way that they give to us. That’s why we are invested in making a special effort to support our veterans, STEM programs and other local initiatives to enhance the communities in which we live and work.
At General Dynamics Mission Systems we are committed to serving those who served our nation. The veterans within our company make us stronger in the same way that they make our nation stronger. In addition to donating to a variety of veteran organizations, our employees actively engage in a multitude of fundraising events every year that support both veterans and active-duty military and their families.
Having a contingent of qualified engineers requires robust educational resources that prepare technology students for the engineering workforce. That's why a central theme of our community investment is to recognize the importance of engineering and technology education. A number of our employees across the country partner with local communities to promote STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) education and inspire our next generation of innovators.
Partnering with our local communities is an important part of our company mission. We strive to serve as pillars in our communities through volunteerism, employee fundraising and corporate donations that support local philanthropic organizations and families in need.
Army Ten Miler
Tour de Cure
Sentinels of Freedom Scholarship Foundation
Fisher House Foundation
Boys & Girls Clubs of America
American Red Cross
American Heart Association
Armed Services YMCA
American Cancer Society
Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts STEAM related events
We are proud to announce that with your support, together we have raised $108,000 to help wounded post-9/11 veterans like Cpl Kyle Carpenter, SFC John Wayne Walding, and Sgt Lucas Oppelt successfully transition to civilian life.
In honor of Military Appreciation Month, we’re matching all donations made to the Sentinels of Freedom – an inspiring Foundation dedicated to helping severely wounded veterans transition back into civilian life.
GD Runners Place First Overall in the Corporate Team Division. On a windy Sunday morning, streets across Washington D.C. were closed as over 30,000 people laced up their running shoes and ran in the 32nd annual Army Ten-Miler. The race kicked off at the Pentagon in true Army fashion with the sound…