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 Office Automation was pleased to sponsor the Palm Beach Yacht Club 2013 Charity Golf Tournament & Gala in Cooperation with The Country Club At Mirasol to benefit Wounded Warriors Of South Florida & Place Of Hope – Child Welfare Organization. The dinner, auction, raffle & gala were held Sunday, October 27th and the Golf Tournament was held Monday, October 28th.Read more
On September 22nd, TGI team members walked to help reclaim the future for millions. By participating in the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s on the Coney Island Boardwalk, they committed to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer research, care and support. The TGI team raised $3,365.Read more
On June 1, 2013, TGI—along with thousands of people—will be participating in YAI Network‘s 3K walk or 5K run at the Central Park Challenge. Together we are working to raise money to support a world that sees beyond disability.Read more
On May 3, Palm Beach State College Foundation hosted a golf tournament at the Country Club at Mirasol. TGI was proud to sponsor such an exceptional event.Read more
Thank you to all who helped make the TGI Toys for Tots Holiday Drive a success! You’ve made a significant difference in the lives of those less fortunate this holiday season.Read more