Giving Back

Corporate social responsibility is part of the fabric of growth[period]'s business and culture. The diversity of our employees, partners, and clients has provided us with key insights into the challenges and opportunities facing communities at every level, knowledge that has led us to conclude that partnering with non-profit groups and community organizations not only is good for the less fortunate and those that help them but also is good for business. As global interconnectivity continues to grow at a rapid pace, no one can afford to sit on the sidelines, and we try hard to practice what we preach. Our leadership is actively engaged in a number of charitable and community pursuits, ranging from working with wounded and disabled veterans to feeding the homeless, and sponsors frequent company-wide volunteer projects. growth[period] employees individually give generously of their talent, energy and passion to any cause that they deem worthwhile, and we embrace their passion and enthusiasm to make the world a better place, offering paid time off for charity work. Below are just a few of the many ways they make a positive impact.

CEO Courtney Spaeth joins Marymount University’s Board of Directors

October 2014: CEO Courtney Spaeth joins Marymount University’s Board of Directors.

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NSAWW Supports the Light the Night Walk

October 8, 2014: NSAWW is proud to support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Light the Night Walk, which funds research to advance life-saving therapies and treatments.

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NSAWW supports the annual Hope for the Warriors Got Heart Give Hope Gala

October 2, 2014: NSAWW is proud to support Hope for the Warriors' annual Got Heart Give Hope Gala, which honors wounded service members, their families, and the families of fallen warriors.

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CEO Courtney Spaeth joins the Truman National Security Project and Center for National Policy Board of Advisors

September 2014: NSAWW CEO Courtney Spaeth was asked to join the Board of Advisors for the Truman National Security Project and Center for National Policy, partner organizations that bring together leaders from government, the private sector, and civil society to research and address issues related to US policy, global engagement, and national security.

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NSAWW CEO Courtney Spaeth joins the George Mason University School of Business Dean’s Council

September 2014: The George Mason University School of Business invited NSAWW CEO Courtney Spaeth to become a member of their Dean’s Council, a position she eagerly accepted. 

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The Women’s Center: 40th Anniversary Celebration Gala

September 23, 2014: NSAWW senior leadership is proud to support The Women’s Center and is looking forward to attending the Inspiring Women Benefit on November 8th! 

 

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Cocktails with Canines Veteran’s Moving Forward Fundraiser

September 23, 2014: NSAWW senior leadership is eagerly awaiting the Cocktails with Canines VMF Fundraiser, which will celebrate veterans with VMF service dogs and puppies, as well as their raisers and therapy teams.

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NSAWW Supports the Careers through Culinary Arts Program!

September 18, 2014: NSAWW Senior Leadership is proud to support the Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP), which works with public schools across the country to prepare underserved high school students for college and for careers in the restaurant and hospitality industry. 

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NSAWW Proudly Supports Pathera by Adopting a Tiger

August 25, 2014 - NSAWW senior leadership recently supported the struggle to preserve endanger species by adopting a tiger group via Panthera.

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NSAWW is proud to continue their support of the US Holocaust Museum

June 25, 2014 – NSAWW is proud to continue their support of the US Holocaust Museum.  

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