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Sunglasses to Honduras: One LMIer's mission to eliminate cataracts

LMI's exemplary regional employees include people like Tim Stone. Tim serves in the U.S. Army Reserves and also is active in his local Rotary Club as a founding member. In February of this year, he travelled with a team to help bring eye care, dental care, and EcoStoves to villages around San Marcos de Colon, Honduras. Cataracts are a serious problem in many central American countries and can be greatly delayed by sunglasses...

 
 
 
Providing "outstanding service to the Department of Veterans Affairs"
 
 
 
 
LMI's Out-Of-Pocket Cost Calculator
 
Operation Toy Drop

In its third year and counting, LMI's Southwest Regional Office supports the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots...

 
 
 
"This is unbelievable— state-of-the-art. There is a lot of innovation in this building you won’t see anywhere else."
 
 
 
Taking care of the Army's civilian workforce

A civilian employee of the Army best serves the Army when they are trained, engaged, and valued. LMI is transforming the Army's civilian workforce...

 
 
 
"She's one of us." - U.S. Air Force
 
 
 
 
Airborne! All the way!
 
 
Saving life and limb through education.
 
Working ahead of Hurricane Sandy
 
 
 
 
Army Materiel Command Soldier of the Year
 
Raising money for military families

LMIers raised over $30,000 for the USO...

 
 
 
$196,636 raised for Children’s Hospital
 
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Placing Wreaths

For nearly a decade, LMI has supported employee-led activities with Wreaths Across America...

 
 
 
 
Spreading St. Louis holiday cheer.
 
"From volunteer to pet foster parent, I know I am making a difference in my community by helping to save the lives of thousands of animals!" - Britnee Curlett
 
 
 
 
Helping the Boy Scouts be ready for emergencies.
 
Our People

LMI attracts and develops top talent, so that our clients always have access to the best thinking.

 
 
 
Inspiring Diversity

Former Chairman of LMI Bill Norman speaks about his relationship with Admiral Zumwalt and their impact on race relations in the U.S. military.

 
 
 
 
$100,000 for Hurricane Katrina Victims
 
Creating Playgrounds for Washington, DC Youth

LMI participates in the Playworks DC’s Annual Corporate Kickball Fundraiser and is proud to support Playworks DC to make an impact on the Washington, DC community and the lives of youngsters in the district. Playworks DC brings playgrounds to life and creates a safe place for over 7,300 kids in 18 low-income DC elementary schools.