At TGI, we are fully committed to supporting our communities, providing a healthy and safe workplace for our employees, and helping the environment in any way we can.
TGI is committed to social responsibility. Not only do we financially contribute to non-profit organizations, but we also actively participate in fundraising and help to generate awareness of the impactful services these organizations provide. TGI also encourages our employees to spend time volunteering.
TGI partners with organizations such as United Cerebral Palsy of NYC, Services for the UnderServed, YAI (Young Adult Institute), AHRC (Association for the help of Retarded Children), Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Palm Beach State College Foundation, Food Bank for New York City, Feeding South Florida, Marine Toys for Tots Foundation, Alzheimer’s Association as well as many others.
To underscore its continuing commitment to create a more sustainable planet, Toshiba America Business Solutions recycled 174 tons of used toner products in 2015.Read more
On Saturday, June 4, TGI will once again be participating in the Central Park Challenge to help change lives for people with developmental disabilities and their families. Thousands will gather to celebrate the year-round efforts of YAI. Whether you’ve supported the CPC before or this is your first time, we hope you’ll do so this year.Read more
The Palm Beach State College Foundation raised $90,000 at the annual Golf Classic for the College’s STEAM initiative. TGI was proud to sponsor such an exceptional event.Read more
TGI’s Toys for Tots Holiday Drive was a huge success again this year! With your help, we made a significant difference in the lives of those less fortunate. The response from TGI employees, clients, business partners, friends, family, and communities was overwhelming.Read more
Broward Children’s Center held their Annual Miles for Smiles Walk & Festival on November 21, 2015. The event’s goal is to raise funds for the medical and educational services provided by Broward Children’s Center, which serves more than 1,200 children with disabilities annually. This year the event raised $60,117!Read more