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.
United Cerebral Palsy of New York City held their 14th Annual Golf Tournament at Brae Burn Country Club in Purchase, NY on Monday, October 5th. The event raised over $200,000 to support the programs and services UCP of NYC provides to thousands of New Yorkers and their families. The Champion Award was presented to the UCP of NYC All Stars, two-time Southeast Bronx Neighborhood Center Basketball Tournament winners for demonstrating the power to inspire and lead as role models. Thank you to everyone who helped make this event a success!Read more
The West Caldwell Environmental Commission honored five businesses in the township recently for keeping exceptional maintenance of their properties. TGI is proud to be a recipient of the Environmental Beautification Award.Read more
Much like TGI, Lexmark places an emphasis on customer relationships, green initiatives and community involvement. Lexmark has partnered with the PGA of America to further their reach in each of these areas. Lexmark is the Official Imaging and Printing Solutions Provider of The PGA of America, supporting the PGA headquarters, professionals, offices and Championship events.Read more
On June 6, TGI participated in YAI’s 3K Walk / 5K Run Central Park Challenge to help change lives for people with developmental disabilities and their families. TGI employees as well as their friends, family and clients donated $12,326! The entire event raised $1,025,290! Team TGI came in 6th place for top fundraisers!Read more
Each year, the YAI Annual Golf Tournament brings together more than 100 members of the corporate community for 18 holes of golf and networking opportunities, to raise funds for vital programs and services supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This year’s event was held June 11th at the stunning North Shore Country Club, long known to golf insiders as one of the Gold Coast’s hidden gems.Read more