More About the
Booz Allen Foundation

Founded in 2017, the Booz Allen Foundation is a separate legal entity from Booz Allen Hamilton, with tax-exempt status under section 501(c)(3) IRS tax code. Initial funding for the Booz Allen Foundation was provided by Booz Allen. In the future, the foundation seeks further support from diverse public sources.

Ethics and Policies

The foundation is committed to lawful, responsible, and ethical behavior in all activities. Our code of ethics, governance, and responsibility applies to all employees, volunteers and partnerships.


The foundation maintains the highest standards for efficiency and transparency. Management processes and Board protocols will institutionalize this priority as the foundation develops and expands. The trust of our supporters is ultimately our most valuable resource, thus, our constant motivation to use funds both well and wisely.


The foundation supports organizations that support diversity and that do not discriminate in the delivery of charitable services. Accordingly, an applicant will need to certify that it is compliant with the foundation's Grantee Non-Discrimination Policy.

Conflict of Interest

The foundation avoids all situations in which the business or personal interests of a trustee, officer, employee, associate or advisory committee member may inappropriately influence the foundation's decision-making process.

Additional Resources

The Booz Allen Foundation is a District of Columbia not-for-profit organization exempt from federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3) and classified as a public charity under Internal Revenue Code Sections 170(b)(1)(A)(vi) and 509(a)(1).

The documents below provide more detailed information about our current status and finances:

  • US IRS 501(c)3 documentation (PDF): Letter of 501(c)3 tax-exempt status; US state government disclosure statements; IRS 990T
  • Financial Statements (Coming soon)

Please contact our team regarding any inquiries, including partnership opportunities.