Many of our employees donate their time, make personal financial contributions, and share their knowledge, expertise, and talent with a number of nonprofit and charitable organizations; as well as attending community events and activities they are passionate about. Each office is given the flexibility to select its own service activities.

Some recent examples include the "Avon Walk for Breast Cancer" and  several river cleanups.  We're active globally too, as a group of volunteers from Geosyntec's New England Branch began designing an off-grid water supply system for a school in rural Liberia.

Doug Larson traveled to Liberia to assemble the systems the Geosyntec team had designed. Read more...

In the past year, Geosyntec employees have donated nearly 3,000 hours to over 50 philanthropic projects individually, as teams, and through corporate-sponsored activities. Over a quarter of Geosyntec employees volunteer in a variety of ways including giving their time at local schools, helping out at animal shelters, and providing low-income kids with something special during the holidays. These efforts are supported by Geosyntec through in-kind donations, meeting space, flexible schedules, and a caring atmosphere.

In the spirit of Geosyntec community involvement, Pasadena office staff volunteered in the LA River clean-up. The event is organized by the Friends of the LA River, a non-profit organization founded in 1986, whose mission is to protect and restore the natural and historic heritage of the Los Angeles River.

Geosyntec Employees from the Kennesaw office volunteered their time for the 5th annual Sweep the Hooch event, an event that promotes the cleanup of waterways in the Atlanta area including the Chattahoochee River. The event removed a record 15 tons of trash!

As a global corporation, Geosyntec recognizes our corporate responsibility to give back. When each of our employees reaches a service milestone (5, 10, etc. years with the firm), Geosyntec makes a donation to the employee's charity of choice. Additionally, the firm contributes to disaster relief funds supporting local recovery efforts in times of crisis around the world.