Trintechers across the globe came together this holiday season with the goal of community service and giving back in mind. Whether it was a toy drive, a canned food drive or a clothing drive, Trintechers reached into their closets, their pantries and gave to those who need help.
At our headquarters in Dallas, Trintechers partnered with the North Texas Food Bank by organizing a food drive. More than 853,000 people in North Texas are food insecure, with one in every four children being affected by hunger.
The Dallas office came together to collect more nearly 300 food items – enough to make around 600 meals. Trintechers also donated online, raising enough to feed more than 1,300 people this holiday season for a grand total of 2,000 meals donated.
At the Owings Mills office, Trintechers continued their partnership with the Baltimore City Boys and Girls Club where they have volunteered previously and donated 100 toys and winter clothes, including 30 handmade scarves.
Over at our London office, Trintechers worked together to donate nearly 30 gifts to the Giving Tree to support KidsOut, an organization which helps children who have been the victims of domestic violence.
“I was not at all surprised to see Trintechers step up to support those who need our help in the communities where we work,” VP of Human Resources Erinn Gray said. “In London, Owings Mills and Dallas, Trintechers generously donated items requested by local charities. Our remote employees also stepped up by donating to Toys for Tots and other worthy organizations. I am constantly inspired and impressed by this amazing team and their selfless spirit.”
Learn more about the charities Trintech donated to this year, the North Texas Food Bank, the Baltimore City Boys and Girls Club, KidsOut and Toys for Tots, or find out how to join our team and be part of a company that values giving back.