What better way to kick off the holiday season than to help those in need?
12/20/16 1:28 PM
Topics: Summit Together
What a gorgeous day to make a difference!
On October 10, four Summit staff members donned their favorite golf gear and attended the Kearney & Company 10th Annual Golf Tournament in Fairfax, VA. All proceeds benefited the Warrior Canine Connection.
6/8/16 4:07 PM
On June 7, 2016, Summit won The Sister Eymard Gallagher Award for Service to Others from the HR Leadership Association (HRLA) of Greater Washington. This award honors Summit's team for "leadership, dedication and engagement of employees to give back to the community through service to others."
11/9/15 10:08 AM
At Summit, employees are encouraged to devote some of their work time to philanthropic endeavors. In the past, we have participated in literacy programs and back-to-school efforts. Last week, Summiteers volunteered at DC Central Kitchen (DCCK) to prepare food for those in need.
9/2/15 11:30 AM
Do you remember the book bag you carried in middle school? What about elementary or high school? Do you remember how you obtained that bag? Maybe you didn’t have a book bag at all. Fortunately, Summit Consulting possesses a philanthropic culture that supports its employees giving back to the community. This fall, Summit volunteers helped an estimated 800 school children in D.C. get a great start on the first day of school.
Taking advantage of the new company policy that allows employees to utilize flexible hours for charitable engagements, over 15 colleagues from all levels of Summit used two hours of time to volunteer at the Central Union Mission’s Operation Backpack. This opportunity, organized by the Summit Together Philanthropy Committee, helped the Central Union Mission organize, pack, label, and bundle hundreds of book bags—ensuring on-time delivery of school supplies to homeless Washington, D.C. children across all grade levels. Bags were separated by age then labeled and packed with necessary supplies such as notebooks, pencils, rulers, folders, binders, and other grade-appropriate materials.