Community

The way we see it, we have a responsibility that goes beyond our primary, economic role
and that is to help our communities—and the people living in them—to grow and thrive.

Caring for Communities

At MSAG, corporate social responsibility is of paramount importance. Since our founding, we have committed ourselves to uplifting those in need and the communities in which they live. We have demonstrated this commitment through in-kind, and financial, contributions to a number of charities and causes, including, but not limited to Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington and The MusicianShip. Whether facilitating charity volunteerism efforts or making donations to nonprofits that our employees care about, we do our best to leverage our resources for the greater good of society. Please find below more information on MSAG’s giving priorities.

Veterans

As a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, we understand the sacrifice and commitment made by hundreds of thousands of U.S. Military veterans each year. Because of their selfless contributions, which afford our citizens liberty, we have committed resources to wounded warrior projects and workforce development initiatives, aimed at honoring, restoring, and sustaining our troops.

 

Education

We believe that our investment in the education ecosystem will dictate what our world looks like in the next 100 years. MSAG has undertaken the task of investing in education and training research. From our research in Massive Open Online Courses, to our social investment in Arbinger Training, we understand the value in determining how people experience learning. It is our duty, as a civic-minded company, to explore and advance the ways in which people learn to create a more informed world.

Arts Education

MSAG was founded by a family who is deeply passionate about the arts and proudly supports The MusicianShip, which facilitates music lessons, experiences, and opportunities for youth in underserved communities. MSAG has provided financial and in-kind contributions, in excess of a quarter million dollars, to The MusicianShip, which will serve 1200 youth this year.