DLH is committed to demonstrating our company values in everything we do. We are always striving to attain the highest level of responsible citizenship as an industry leader in the Federal health and human services market. Acting on this pledge is essential to business growth, sustainability, and maintaining the respect of our stakeholders worldwide.
As a responsible corporate citizen, we actively contribute to advancing the quality of life in the communities where we live and work through our giving program DLH Cares. We currently support active duty military; veterans and service members; underserved children, families, and their communities; and at-risk populations.
DLH created our corporate giving program DLH Cares to address company social responsibility while promoting goodwill through volunteerism within the communities we serve. Since the program's inception, we have collaborated with numerous agencies whose missions closely align with our own. Our mission is to serve active duty military; veterans and their families; underserved children, families, and their communities; and at-risk populations. Since 2010, we have successfully provided support to these groups through employee volunteerism and donations.
Some of the past and present initiatives we have supported through DLH Cares include:
- Collection for Veterans in Leavenworth, Kansas
- Vettes to Vets in Bedford, Massachusetts
- Bingo for Veterans in Dallas, Texas
- Veterans Affairs Carnival at Alvin York Medical Center in Murfreesboro, Tennessee
- Veterans Walk on in Murfreesboro, Tennessee
- Bright Beginnings Holiday Giving in Silver Spring, Maryland
- Heroes for Hotdogs Festival in Atlanta, Georgia
- Veterans Empowerment Organization (VEO)
- VEO Clothing Drive in Atlanta, Georgia
- VEO Stand Down in Atlanta, Georgia
- VEO Stand Down Charleston, South Carolina
- Hero Health Hire
- Hope for the Warriors
National Window of Service
Each year, DLH employees across the Nation participate in our annual National Window of Service (NWS) volunteer service campaign. During this campaign, employees contribute, volunteer, and serve in a variety of ways to honor and give back to our veterans in the communities in which they work.
NWS kicks off on Patriot Day (September 11) and continues through Veterans Day (November 11). We offer this "Call to Duty" to all of our work sites and remote employees to get involved in a local initiative to help heal, house, and hire our veterans. As always, our DLH Cares team leads all NWS efforts, diligently planning activities that align with our initiatives to benefit veterans and service members; underserved children, families, and their communities; and at-risk populations.
Each year during our NWS campaigns, we provide a list of volunteer opportunities. We encourage staff to visit this page during the NWS to review and register for events that may be of interest.
2017 National Window of Service
Click on any of the stars in the following map to read more about the amazing work our volunteers did during our 2017 service events.
2016 National Window of Service
Click on any of the stars in the following map to read more about the amazing work our volunteers did during our 2016 service events.
2015 National Window of Service
In 2015, we made an impact totaling nearly $100,000, including donated items, sponsored events, and volunteer hours. Check out a recap of our 2015 Window of Service events.
2014 National Window of Service
DLH employees, family, and friends volunteered and served in a variety of volunteer events and donation drives. DLH is proud to say that our staff gave more than 800 volunteer hours in service to veterans. We have compiled a collection of photographs and highlights of the window of service events.
Atlanta VEO Event
On Saturday November 1, 2014 the Atlanta office as a part of the NWS initiative, organized a Heroes Hot Dog Festival for the residents of Atlanta's Veterans Empowerment Organization (VEO). The Heroes Hot Dog Festival was an afternoon of food, carnival games, music, and raffle prizes. It was a huge success and will be an annual event to support our Nation's Veterans.
The VEO provides housing, treatment and recovery for addiction, healthy meals, and basic necessities, for homeless veterans as well as medical care, mental health counseling and life-skills training.