ManTech takes pride in serving the community where its employees live and work. Each year, we contribute to more than 50 nonprofit organizations and employees volunteer more than 1,000 hours to support charities including: American Diabetes Association, American Red Cross, CIA Officers Memorial Foundation, CyberPatriot, Embry Rucker Community Shelter, Luke’s Wings, Robert Packard Center for ALS Research at Johns Hopkins, Ronald McDonald House, Valley Veterans Ride for Heroes, Wounded Warrior Project, the U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots, Salvation Army, Angel Tree, The Ivymount School and Wreaths Across America.
We strive to use our organizational and financial means to help our employees help the community through charitable efforts, action and commitment to worthy causes and volunteerism.
In addition to company and employee support for outside causes, founder and chairman George J. Pedersen has also donated stock to a ManTech Special Assistance Fund to help employees who experience personal hardships, including fire, flood, tornadoes and property loss.
Committed to environmental stewardship in the community, we strive to conduct our business with minimal impact to the environment. From minimizing waste to energy efficient practices, we’ve created a culture of sustainability and environmental awareness inside ManTech. This extends to supporting our customers to meet their environmental missions.
The ManTech Green Council, which includes representatives across the company, works to establish and foster programs that the organization can exercise to help protect our environment.