Community Service

Giving Back

Everyone at APG is committed to supporting our troops and veterans and giving back to the communities in which we live and work. We maintain a strong commitment to programs that support our troops and veterans. Below is a list of some our current community service activities and the programs we support.

Programs We Support

American Red Cross National Capital Region. APG President, Mike Janeway, serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the American Red Cross National Capital Region. Click here to view their public service announcement.

The Mission Continues. APG personnel volunteer in support of The Mission Continues team as they help returning service members to utilize their tremendous skills and leadership to continue serving our country at home.
Click here to view their public service announcement.

Honor Flight Network. APG personnel volunteer in support of the Honor Flight Network to help transport our WW-II & Korean War veterans to Washington, DC to visit the memorials dedicated to honor their sacrifices.
Click here to view their public service announcement.

Community Service

Giving Back

Everyone at APG is committed to supporting our troops and veterans and giving back to the communities in which we live and work. We maintain a strong commitment to programs that support our troops and veterans. Below is a list of some our current community service activities and the programs we support.

Programs We Support

Community Service Activities

  • December, 2013 – APG helped the American Red Cross deliver military challenge coins on Christmas Day 2013 to over one hundred hospitalized veterans from all DoD branches.
  • October, 2013.  APG personnel participated in the 2nd mission flight of Honor Flight Syracuse, serving WW-II and Korean War veterans on a journey of a lifetime to Washington, DC. Click here to view a video synopsis.  See www.honorflight.org for more information.

Pictured from the left are Congressman Mike Rogers, Jordan Janeway, Mike Janeway, Bob Goodwin.

  • April -2013 APG Supports Executives Without Borders
    Executives Without Borders serve as the bridge between those in the non-profit world and those in the business world, making it easier for them to work together and drive better results for those who need them most.Executives Without Borders leads the implementation of a skills-based volunteer program in Rio de Janeiro through the International Business Corps (IBC), a business-led consortium of major multinational companies dedicated to enhancing the capabilities of non-profits and entrepreneurs in emerging markets. The IBC was founded by Executives Without Borders, the Dow Chemical Company and the Business Civic Leadership Center. Our work in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, supports top non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in their efforts to improve lives, educate children and bring technology to the underserved. We engage corporations and their employees to meet the operational needs of these NGOs to help improve the organizations’ efficiency, effectiveness and scalability. For more info see the EWB website at: www.executiveswithoutborders.org
  • December, 2011 – APG helped the American Red Cross deliver military challenge coins on Christmas Day 2011 to over one hundred hospitalized veterans from all DoD branches.
  • September, 2011 – APG employees participated on the Samaritan’s Purse Disaster Relief Team, helping cleanup homes in the aftermath of major flooding in New Jersey from Hurricane Irene.
  • February, 2011 – APG employees participated in a “Kettlebells for Warriors (KOW),” fundraising event in Southern California on behalf of the Wounded Warriors Project. Part of KOW’s mission is to raise both awareness and funding for charities that are dedicated to supporting our nation’s military veterans.
  • December, 2010 – APG employees volunteered at the VA Hospital in Syracuse, NY on Christmas day giving out Christmas cheer, a commemorative Veteran baseball cap, and our warmest thanks to each patient.
  • November, 2010 – On Veteran’s Day 2010, APG employees, in conjunction with the Wounded Warrior Project, the Heart of America, and Target, supported The Mission Continues by volunteering at the “Extreme Library Makeover” event at the elementary school in Fort Meade, MD. The team helped with the final set-up and opening of a new library for children of military families. New books were distributed to foster renewed enthusiasm for reading in young students. The ribbon cutting ceremony was attended by the Secretary of Education and various dignitaries from the Fort Meade community.
  • March, 2010 – APG employees are recognized for their support in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life event held at the University of Buffalo.
  • December, 2008 – APG supported deployed troops in Operation “Sawfly,” by shipping over 200 pairs of combat protective eyewear and sunglasses to an Army Chaplain, which he provided as spare glasses to troops deployed in harm’s way.