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.

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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NSAWW was honored to attend the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce 2014 Outstanding Corporate Citizenship Awards

June 17, 2014 - NSAWW was honored to attend the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce 2014 Outstanding Corporate Citizenship Awards. 

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NSAWW CEO Courtney Spaeth attends wreath laying and changing of the guard ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery

June 6, 2014 - NSAWW CEO Courtney Spaeth attends wreath laying and changing of the guard ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery.

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NSAWW CEO, Courtney Banks Spaeth, and COO, Kate Pickworth attend the Women of Influence, Washington D.C. annual dinner, where Banks Spaeth was recognized

June 4, 2014 - NSAWW CEO, Courtney Banks Spaeth, and COO, Kate Pickworth attend the Women of Influence, Washington D.C. annual dinner, where Banks Spaeth was recognized.

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NSAWW CEO Courtney Banks Spaeth and her husband were proud to host a private dinner for the Economic Club of DC at their residence

May 20, 2014 - NSAWW CEO Courtney Banks Spaeth and her husband were proud to host a private dinner for the Economic Club of DC at their residence.

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NSAWW attends the Business Executives in National Security Eisenhower Award Dinner

May 13, 2014 - NSAWW attended the Business Executives in National Security Eisenhower Award Dinner. 

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NSAWW attends Arianna Huffington's conversation with the Greater Washington Board of Trade

May 5, 2014 – NSAWW attends Arianna Huffington's conversation with the Greater Washington Board of Trade.

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NSAWW attended the 4th Annual Tom McHale SLI Memorial

April 2014: NSAWW was pleased to have the opportunity to attend the 4th Annual Tom McHale Memorial to benefit the Sports Legacy Institute, honoring those who have contributed to safer sports by helping to fund research, education, and prevention of traumatic brain injuries. 

 

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NSAWW supports the fight against pancreatic cancer with a donation to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network

April 23, 2014 - NSAWW supported the fight against pancreatic cancer with a donation to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

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