For more than a decade, Bennett Aerospace has provided outstanding personnel support for the U.S. military, federal law enforcement agencies, executive departments of the federal government, and scientific agencies within the U.S. government.
What sets us apart from other government contractors is our emphasis on delivering employees who are better equipped to perform at their best for the benefit of our country.
Using proven human performance initiatives, we enable employees to focus all their energy on accomplishing our clients’ most critical objectives - from fighting the opioid crisis to advancing technology that protects the warfighter. We are dedicated to delivering better people to make our country stronger and safer.
We’re Wrapping up 2020 with our Corporate Give Back Program!
As the year comes to an end and we begin to reflect on the effect that the pandemic has had on our local communities, it is evident now more than ever that they need our help. Our goal as a company is to always do our part to help make the world a better place for future generations and, having had a great year, we were blessed with the opportunity to help others who are less fortunate and to provide our employees with the chance to tell us where they think our charitable donations would make the greatest impact. It was a truly special experience to hear from our employees and to know what passions help drive them every day and getting their input will help ensure that our donations are able to make a lasting impact in our local communities.
Here are a few of the organizations we donated to in 2020:
- Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation, Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders
- Good Shepherd Vicksburg
- Habitat for Humanity of Omaha
- Heroin Epidemic Relief Organization (HERO)
- Hope Street Food Pantry
- Make-A-Wish Foundation of Central & Western North Carolina
- Re-Member, Inc.
- Shay Sharpe’s Pink WishesA donation has also been made to the Salvation Army of Wake County.
In partnership with the Salvation Army, we are grateful to be able to redirect some of the fruits of our efforts to help local communities in a time where so many are suffering.