For more than 70 years the Kansas City National Security Campus managed by Honeywell FM&T and its employees have been proud supporters of the Kansas City and Albuquerque communities, on behalf of the U.S. Department of Energy's National Nuclear Security Administration.

It’s been more than five years since we at the Kansas City National Security Campus (KCNSC) launched our formal, strategic approach to giving back to our Kansas City and Albuquerque communities. Since that time, we’ve infused nearly $5 million in partner community organizations aligned with our original strategic pillars of: workforce development, STEMM education, family safety & security, veterans & military, diversity & inclusion, and civic engagement.

While those corporate social responsibility (CSR) pillars served us well, 2022 brought changes to our strategic pillars where we simplified our community outreach strategies to increase engagement, provide flexibility and identify opportunities for our employees and leaders to serve as volunteers or on boards. Our new CSR pillars are now; education, society and environment, with the understanding that Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Acceptance (IDEA), is embedded throughout our community outreach initiatives.

Whether it’s igniting a love of science and math in middle schoolers, or doing much-needed safety repairs on the homes of senior citizens, the KCNSC is proud of the good work we’re doing to make our communities a stronger and safer place to live, work and play.

Community investments are managed by Honeywell FM&T, based upon its emphasis in society, education and environmental causes. Unfortunately, we do not accept unsolicited proposals.


Community Relations Report 2023

2023 community relations report

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