Noblis in the Community

Noblis is a unique, nonprofit company dedicated to ethical practices and serving the public good through the work we do. We also take very seriously our duty to be an example in social responsibility. We demonstrate our strong spirit of collaboration and commitment to serve the public by participating in or contributing to organizations that strengthen the communities in which we live and work. Each year, Noblis lends significant support to programs whose missions are to eliminate hunger and homelessness, promote education and learning, and improve the lives of veterans. 

Danville Education Initiatives Noblis partnered with Danville Public Schools on The Passport Project, a rigorous Academic and Career Plan. We are also helping to shape the curriculum for the Danville Community College Advanced Center for IT/Software Applications. 
PATRIOTLink, Cloud-based Platform for Veteran SupportNoblis staff worked with the Code of Support Foundation (COSF) and their veteran case coordinators to develop a cloud-based navigation platform called PATRIOTLink, which strategically populates veteran support resources. During our 2017 Internship Program, we held a hackathon challenge where the interns helped to develop the PATRIOTlink mobile application. 
Connecting to Serve Our Local CommunitiesNoblis staff came together at our Noblis United all staff event in June 2017 to bag toiletry items for local homeless shelters. This activity was organized by our internal “Connections” program which works to bring staff together to network with each other while supporting community engagement. 
American Heart Association Heart Walk Noblis participated in the American Heart Association’s Greater Washington Heart Walk. Teams from Warner Robins, GA, Bridgeport, WV, and the DC area also participated in their local Heart Walks.
Supporting Operation Homefront in San AntonioAs part of our presence at GEOINT 2016, Noblis committed to donating $5 for every visitor to our booth during the show. All proceeds went to the San Antonio chapter of Operation Homefront.