Boeing Leisure Travel
Boeing Leisure Travel (http://www.boeingtravel.com/leisure.html) is designed to meet the personal and family travel needs of Boeing employees at significant savings. Almost 10,000 employees took advantage of this in 2002.
More than 20,000 Boeing employees, retirees and their families participate in approximately 300 Boeing Recreation clubs and leagues across the United States. The company provides resources, meeting facilities, gymnasiums and program oversight, as well as making equipment available for activities—everything from skydiving to softball.
Employees participate in more than 31 affinity groups. Participants share common interests, pursue personal and professional development, and engage in business initiatives. Boeing provides resources, meeting facilities and program oversight through Diversity offices.
The Boeing Gift Matching Program is one of the many ways for employees to provide financial support to their favorite organizations. In 2002, Boeing employees and retirees contributed more than $8.2 million through the Gift Matching Program. The Boeing Company matched over $5.8 million representing a total of $14 million back to the community.
Contributions made by full-time and part-time employees (and their spouses) to accredited educational institutions and 501(c)3 cultural and art organizations are matched dollar-for-dollar. Retirees' gifts are matched 50 cents to the dollar.
For additional guidelines and the form, visit the Community Web at http://community.web.boeing.com/community/
Children of Boeing employees and its subsidiaries are eligible for $1500 scholarships per year if they are National Merit Finalists.
This year, sixty-five children of Boeing employees and its subsidiaries were selected as Boeing National Merit Scholars. The company has been participating in the program since 1955. For more information, go to http://www.boeing.com/educationrelations/scholarships/.
Employees Community Fund
Boeing employees can contribute to nonprofit and educational institutions through the Employees Community Fund (ECF). The Boeing Employees Community Fund is the largest employeeowned and employee-managed charitable fund in the world. The company handles all administrative cost so that 100% of employee contributions go to meet local needs. It is easy to participate. Visit http://community.web.boeing.com/community/ecf/ecfabout.html for information.
Employees are gearing up for the 2003 campaign May 5-16. Last year, employees raised over $33 million for their communities.
Boeing enables employee mothers returning to work to make infant feeding choices best suited to their needs. Within company work site facilities, Mother's Rooms are private places. This program demonstrates an increased awareness of the health benefits that breastfeeding offers. To find Mothers' Room at a U.S. location visit http://mothersroom.web.boeing.com/
Boeing employee discount program
From appliances to zip drives, employees will find a range of discounted products and services at http://employeediscount.web.boeing.com/ Included in the offerings are entertainment, dining, flowers, gifts and home improvement.
Deceased Affairs Office
In the event of an employee's death, Boeing provides personal assistance to help ease the burden for surviving family members and/or friends.
The Deceased Affairs Office will help the employee's family arrange for the disbursement of unpaid earnings, the exchange of personal and company property, and the disbursement of benefits to appropriate beneficiaries.
To reach Deceased Affairs call TotalAccess at 1-866-473-2016.
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