Our objective at Boeing is to make the world a better place. We know that what we do has global impact through our products and services, our business practices and our community engagement. Like all businesses, we have a responsibility to our stakeholders to be a good "corporate citizen" in the communities where our employees live and work and around the globe where our products are used. We consider it to be our responsibility to lead by example.
Corporate Citizenship Defined
Citizenship is not just about corporate philanthropy or volunteerism. It is the means by which companies truly engage with and contribute toward the development of the communities within which they operate and on which they ultimately depend. At Boeing, our Global Corporate Citizenship program seeks to ensure that we create positive changes. We do this through the products and services we develop, as well as the way we operate in today's interconnected world. We do this by:
- Sharing our Expertise: By sharing the skills and knowledge we use on the job to help others be successful, we demonstrate that corporate citizenship is as much a part of our culture as our expertise in flight and technology.
- Partnering with Others: Around the world, we collaborate with a variety of partners on innovative programs that will teach, shelter, nourish, motivate and inspire people for years to come.
- Impacting Key Issues: Communities are complex systems, so our corporate citizenship initiatives focus on those aspects that sustain a healthy and vibrant community.
Boeing employees go above and beyond the call of duty to contribute their knowledge and passion to the world. They are protecting the environment, teaching children around the world, delivering humanitarian aid, running space camps, promoting health awareness and so much more. Read our Corporate Citizenship Report to learn more about Boeing's commitment to responsibility and outreach.