Find the ideal balance between your work and personal life through programs and resources that support you in all facets of life.
Learn about ways to give back to the community, support ERGs and find resources for veterans. Volunteering is an excellent way to give back to your community, and there are many opportunities for you to do that at Northrop Grumman.
Note: ECHO, Matching Gifts for Education and the My Giving portal are not available to international employees at this time.
*Must be on the Northrop Grumman intranet (NGGN) to use most links.
Northrop Grumman honors employees who have demonstrated a commitment to volunteerism. You can apply for a $400 Community Service Grant for the qualifying non-profit organization you support by logging your community service hours on the My Giving portal.
Learn more about Community Service Grants and eligibility requirements here.
ECHO workplace giving is a turnkey way to contribute to charitable organizations through payroll contributions. ECHO supports a wide variety of charities throughout the U.S. and abroad.
You have three options to make charitable contributions.
Learn more about the ways you can give back through ECHO.
Across the company, 13 Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) offer valuable benefits for you and the company. Among those there are more than 270 chapters, with ERGs supporting African Americans, Asian Pacific Islanders, Hispanics, Native Americans, women, people with disabilities, veterans, LGBT employees, young professionals, parents, multiple generations and environmentalists. Employee Resource Groups (ERG) underscore Northrop Grumman’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Visit Employee Resource Groups for more information.
The Northrop Grumman Foundation’s Employee Matching Gifts for Education program matches verified donations for educational institutions from $50 to $2,500, on a dollar-for-dollar basis. Northrop Grumman matches four gifts per eligible employee/donor, for a maximum of $2,500 per fiscal year.
Click here to review the Matching Gifts FAQ.
To make volunteering and giving easier, the Corporate Citizenship organization has established the My Giving portal, where you can:
To get started, visit the My Giving portal (must be on NGGN to access the site).
We need to build a future where everyone is valued, treated with respect and has equal access to opportunities. We established the Unity and Social Justice portal because we believe real change starts with understanding, and to achieve that, we need to listen and be open to having tough conversations. We launched a portal with resources to help, and encourage you to engage with each other. To our colleagues who are hurting right now, you are not alone. Please reach out to others, seek support from Employee Resource Groups and leverage the NGCare/Employee Assistance Program (EAP) resources available to you and your family.
Visit the Social Justice & Unity portal for more information.
Northrop Grumman was named the number one company for veterans by Diversity Inc. and U.S. Veterans magazine. Veterans make up approximately 20% of our workforce and more than 1,600 are reservists. We are committed to recognizing and supporting active duty, Reserves, National Guard, and veteran employees. There are many resources, tools and opportunities specifically for veterans. To learn more please visit the veteran resource page.