Culture and Philosophy
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At Toys for TotsToys for TotsJMA our employees are more than just a number, they are a part of our family. We believe that supporting our employees and providing an exemplary environment breeds great work, which allows us to have an exceptionally high retention rate.
JMA Solutions has a culture of giving back to the communities in which we live and work. We think globally and act locally, striving for making a difference at each level: individual, community and society at large. Making a positive impact through our actions is one of JMA's core values. JMA Solutions supports programs including:
  • Toys for Tots:  Each year JMA asks its employees to provide a toy with admission to our annual holiday party. The mission of the U. S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program is to collect new, unwrapped toys during October, November and December each year, and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to less fortunate children in the community in which the campaign is conducted.
  • Wounded Warrior Project: for the last three years, JMA has been supporting the Wounded Warriors project, which honors and empowers wounded warriors through raising awareness and aiding injured service members; helping injured service members aid and assist each other; and providing unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of injured service members.  JMA Solutions, in collaboration with the Air Traffic Control Association, Joint Venture Solutions (JVS) LLC and B3 Solutions is sponsoring "Party with a Purpose" to benefit Wounded Warrior Project, during this year's combined 59th annual ATCA conference and first-ever U.S. held Civil Military Aviation Conference (CMAC).
  • Local schools: JMA donated school uniforms and school supplies to local schools in Washington DC. 
  • Food banks and homeless shelters: JMA has donated money and supplies to local charities.
  • JMA has partnered with numerous other organizations to provide opportunities for its employees to volunteer at local organizations to make a difference.

JMA Employees Making a Difference

Annually, JMA's employees contribute thousands of hours of volunteer work. Examples include:Marcy-Bettis-Habitat-for-Humanity-HFH 7th Street Feb2013-50pctHabitat for Humanity

  • Corny Eastman in Anchorage, Alaska volunteers at Makerspace Camp, a movement which encourages experimentation and invention in The Arts and Sciences.
  • Wendell Turner volunteers at the Cleveland Park Neighborhood Library in Washington DC.
  • Marcy Bettis and others participate in supporting Habitat for Humanity, an international nonprofit housing ministry dedicated to providing affordable housing in communities around the world.
  • Michelle Slaughter is an officer of The Challenger Division of Little League Baseball in southern Prince William County. The division provides opportunities for children with physical or mental disabilities to enjoy the game of baseball.
  • Avis Dillard-Bullock is a Project Liaison for Develop Africa, a nonprofit organization working to establish meaningful and sustainable development in Africa. In 2009, Avis won volunteer of the year for her outstanding work coordinating book and school supplies drives.
And many more.
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