About InScope



At InScope, we continually seek to make an impact globally and in the communities in which we serve.Whether in direct support of our corporate missions or in the pursuit of a personal interest or passion, InScope employees are known by their desire to serve. InScope promotes and practices social responsibility through our robust InService program, aligning employee volunteerism with our corporate strategy.  We decided to give back to the community as we grew, knowing that if we didn’t make it a priority when we were small, it would be nearly impossible to change the culture when we were large.


InScope’s approach to “Giving Back as We Grow” is primarily to use our time and energy. Each quarter, our InService program sponsors a service project for InScope employees to attend. The goal of these InService Days is to connect our day-to-day business work with our volunteer efforts. Projects in the past and that are planned include: food preparation at So Others Might Eat, property maintenance at Fisher House, and home betterment through Jubilee Housing.


InScope actively seeks involvement within the community by sponsoring a range of organizations endorsed by its employees. Sponsorship may take the form of monetary donations, paid student internships, or team-based events such as walks, runs, and races. What matters is the cause that is supported. InScope seeks to be well rounded in its partnerships with local groups, and as such sponsors a wide variety of organizations who also strive to advance the global good.


InScope pursues its mission-centered focus not only in the giving of our time and endorsements, but also in the provision of our resources. InScope’s corporate matching program has allowed the company to partner with a variety of organizations that our employees endorse. Some employees even exchange their paid time off for donations earmarked for a community group of their choice. InScope’s commitment is not strictly financial– employees also give back of their resources as well, by participating in different food and material drives throughout the year.

The InService program is an outward expression of InScope International’s internal values. Our actions match our words and match the core of our consulting model. We do truly desire to “Advance the Global Good.” InScope is proudly “Giving Back as We Grow” to organizations such as:
Carnegie Mellon Advisory Council: Carnegie Mellon’s College of Engineering is a top ten engineering college offering graduate and undergraduate degree programs. InScope’s CEO, Mike Bruce, is a member of the College of Engineering Advisory Council. The Council consists of alumni spanning the College’s five-decade history, and provides guidance and feedback on strategic planning and development.
Fisher House: Fisher House is an organization that provides housing for military families while their beloved troops are in the hospital. For InScope, volunteering with Fisher House means uniting our corporate mission of warfighter support with our community initiative. InScope spent an InService day at the Fisher House in spring 2010, helping with yard work, storage maintenance and organization among other needs at the time.
Jubilee Housing: Jubilee Housing was founded in 1973 to provide affordable housing and supportive services to economically disadvantaged residents. For InScope, volunteering during the Jubilee Workday every September brings our work with affordable housing into perspective.
Our Daily Bread: Our Daily Bread identifies and addresses the unmet fundamental needs of Fairfax area residents and empowers the community to help our neighbors maintain self-sufficiency. Over Thanksgiving, 2010, over 25 employees gave their time to deliver Thanksgiving meals to local families.
So Others Might Eat (S.O.M.E.): S.O.M.E. is an organization based in Washington DC that is working to meet the most basic needs of the homeless and poor in the city, as well as to equip them to make lifestyle changes. Because InScope wants to give back to our immediate community, a group of employees went into the city for an InService day to prepare and serve breakfast and lunch for a group of homeless men and women at the S.O.M.E. Food Kitchen.
The Fellows Initiative: The Fellows Initiative is a rigorous nine-month post-graduate fellowship, of recent college graduates, who enroll in graduate seminary classes while volunteering with church youth and working as interns in local organizations. InScope is a proud work sponsor to the Falls Church Fellows Program and the DC presence of The Fellows Initiative.
Children’s Impact Network: Children’s Impact Network exists to provide opportunities to Latin American children and youth at-risk, and trains, equips and networks leaders to do the same. InScope partnered with this organization to provide a computer lab for developing technical and vocation skills for these youths.
Acumen Race for a Cause: InScope has sponsored this race which helps raise funds for ten local organizations – non-profit organizations that are helping our community.
Toys for Tots: The mission of the U. S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program is to collect new, unwrapped toys during October, November and December each year, and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to less fortunate children in the community in which the campaign is conducted. InScope has participated annually in providing toys for these campaigns.
Soldiers’ Angels: “May No Soldier Go Unloved” encapsulates the motivation behind Soldiers’ Angels. The volunteers of Soldiers’ Angels work tirelessly supporting our nation’s veterans, wounded warriors, deployed service members and their families. InScope has participated in their Adopt a Soldier program, sending care packages and letters to a deployed soldier.
Tall Oaks Assisted Living: The mission of Tall Oaks is to enhance the quality of life for each resident through personalized attention and compassionate care. InScope has partnered with Tall Oaks to provide afternoon social events and visit with residents.