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.
TGI has been the Official Sponsor to the Brooklyn Cyclones since the stadium opened. On June 16th the Cyclones played their cross-bridge rival, Staten Island Yankees, at MCU Park in Coney Island, New York. That evening the team honored the 50th Anniversary of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge along with TGI’s 50th Anniversary.Read more
On June 7, 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 $15,556! The entire event raised $1,100,221!Read more
You may not think that office equipment can make an impact in someone’s life but recently TGI was happy to assist a client in a time of crisis. One of Brooklyn Technical High School’s students was missing. To assist in the NYPD search, TGI donated 5,000 color flyers. As a result of the outreach and search efforts, the student has been found and has been reunited with his family. This tremendous news reminds us that no matter what you have to offer, it is possible to make a positive impact.Read more
In 1964, one year prior to the invention of the compact disk, TGI Office Automation (then T&G Industries) was born in a humble brownstone on the then hardscrabble streets of Brooklyn, NY. Two partners set out to earn an honest living with a $500 loan from their grandmother selling copy paper and office supplies. From those humble beginnings TGI has grown into one of the most successful business technology providers in the US offering equipment, solutions and service nationwide. And although our organization has grown in leaps and bounds, we’ve never lost touch with the old neighborhood. Our state-of-the-art headquarters and cutting edge technology portal is located less than a mile away from that same humble brownstone constantly reminding us of where we came from, the only difference is; the neighborhood is just a little bigger.Read more
On Monday, December 9, 2013, Volunteers of America-Greater New York hosted its 18th annual gala, a New York Winter’s Eve, in the Grand Ballroom of The Plaza Hotel.Read more