In 2015, HII employees pledged more than $2.5 million to the United Way, which supports a wide range of charitable agencies across the country. Our divisions and subsidiaries also have longstanding relationships with organizations like the American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity and Special Olympics, and hundreds of our employees give their time, talent and money in support of many other organizations—large and small—that strengthen their communities.
“Pushthru means a lot in anything you do. If you’ve gone a long distance and want to quit, you have to push through and finish, whether you’re riding a bike or going through a rough time in life.” — Geoffrey Coleman, Newport News Shipbuilding
SN3 employee Christi Weston volunteers for Cuddling for a Cause in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Ingalls Shipbuilding employees Joe Dixon and Charles E. Johnson help load a van with food donations for Our Daily Bread.
Ingalls Shipbuilding employee Amanda Cox cuts a floor beam during a Habitat for Humanity event in Pascagoula, Mississippi.
Newport News Shipbuilding employees Brian Scott, Jackson Herman, Geoffrey Coleman, Eric Herman and Steve Scott formed "Pushthru," a cycling team that supports a variety of charitable causes.