Community Engagement

The founder and CEO of BLUSA Defense Manufacturing, Dan Farber,  learned early in life about the importance of a strong work ethic, perseverance and dedication to community. He watched his parents and grandparents work hard to achieve the “American Dream” and developed his strong sense of community through involvement with a variety of charitable organizations. 

With Dan’s leadership, BLUSA is dedicated to making a positive impact within the community by sponsoring and participating in local charity events such as the Eagles Autism 5K, as well as providing assistance with Tools for Schools, arranging care package donations for our troops through Operation Yellow Ribbon of South Jersey, assisting with the Thanksgiving Food Drive to benefit  The JFCS Betsy & Peter Fischer Food Pantry and supporting our local Food Bank.

BLUSA proudly participates in hiring expos such as Hiring Our Heroes, with a goal of employing local veterans as part of our team of outstanding engineers, technicians, and machine operators. BLUSA values diversity and education and as such, supports local community college manufacturing programs by providing assistance with course curriculum development, internship opportunities for program participants and equipment donations.

As an Equal Opportunity Employer, BLUSA prides itself on supporting special needs programming in our community, and employing people with special needs as part of our team.


At BLUSA Defense, we take our responsibility to our community to heart and look for ways to bring people together.  

The Eagles Autism Challenge is dedicated to raising funds for  programs and research that will make a lasting impact upon those currently affected by Autism as well as their families. The program is aimed at providing the necessary resources to doctors and scientists at leading institutions. This annual event aims to inspire and engage the community to provide this much needed support.

The ALS Hope Foundation mission is to provide Care for patients and families with ALS, Education to our community, and Research for a cure for ALS.

Many communities have residents who don’t know where their next meal is coming from. Imagine how hard it is for these individuals to afford school supplies for their school age children. Tools for School is a teen-led initiative that provides students in need with the necessary tools to succeed.

“Operation Yellow Ribbon” is a non-profit organization consisting of volunteers who show support for our United States Military Forces by organizing and collect donated supplies and goodies to send to our brave heroes.

Jewish Family & Children’s Services helps community members to successfully meet the challenges of daily life by providing quality, affordable, and easily accessible social services. The agency cares for individuals with respect and dignity and helps people to help themselves.

Hiring Our Heroes is a program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation. It is a nationwide initiative to help veterans, transitioning service members, and military spouses to find meaningful employment opportunities. Through the engagement of the business community, Hiring Our Heroes helps hundreds of thousands of veterans and military spouses find jobs