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Northrop Continues 45 Year Old Holiday Tradition

In the midst of the holiday season, Northrop Grumman employees worked to provide gifts for nearly 1,200 needy children and adults.

Northrop’s Christmas project  just entered its 45th year, and is funded through monetary donations from Northrop employees in addition to the company’s employee charity organization.

In addition to the Christmas project, this year, donations were also distributed to the holiday giving program and the U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots programs, which will benefit individuals in the greater Baltimore community.

“Through the generosity of our employees, we are able to provide gifts for children and adults who otherwise would not be receiving gifts this holiday season,” said Ted Imes, director of corporate citizenship at the company.

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