Engaging with Our Neighbors

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Community Giving

For more than 40 years, Lawrence Livermore employees have supported more than 420 local charities and organizations in the greater Tri-Valley region. The HOME campaign, the Lab’s employee giving program, has donated more than $3 million to charitable organizations every year since 2009.


$453 M in procurements, 2023

Economic Impact

In fiscal year 2023, LLNL awarded more than $1.26 billion in procurements — including $453 million awarded to 36 California-based companies — to businesses for a broad range of products and services that support the Laboratory’s overall mission.




Environment, Safety and Health

Lawrence Livermore is committed to environmental stewardship and the protection of the health and safety of its employees, visitors and surrounding community. LLNL adheres to international standards in the performance of this important stewardship responsibility and provides regular reports on our environmental efforts.




Education Program

The Science Education Program at Lawrence Livermore provides professional development instruction to in-service and pre-service teachers, as well as student enrichment opportunities ranging from field trips to virtual tours to online videos and science experiments students can try at home.




Discovery Center

The Discovery Center at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory provides in-person and virtual visitors with a window into our science and technology. Teachers and students are invited to participate in Lawrence Livermore’s Fun with Science field trips, which are provided free of charge to local elementary schools.





Community tours are free and open to the public, offering visitors a view into exciting, state-of-the-art research programs, facilities and scientific discoveries at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. We’re proud to showcase our use of science and technology in pursuit of our overarching national security mission.




Employee and Retiree Resources

Lawrence Livermore provides a variety of support resources for employees, retirees and contractors, including a free classified advertising service, memorialization of employees who have passed on and a regular publication that highlights the people who make up the Laboratory.


Community & Education Contacts

Nadine Horner
Community Relations
horner7 [at]
Scott Wilson
Community and State Relations
wilson101 [at]
Joanna Albala
Science Education
albala1 [at]

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