Posted by Stephanie Griffin, TCC Director of Human Resources

At TCC, we know that having a strong company culture is paramount in sustaining the success and stability of the company, especially within the information technology industry. One of our core values – the guiding principles that dictate our behaviors and actions as a company – is supporting our local community.

Putting our values into action, we are gearing up for TCC’s Spring Volunteer Event and we couldn’t be more excited!  This year, we are sharing our volunteer hours with 4 OUTSTANDING organizations:

The Julian Center – https://www.juliancenter.org/

Second Helpings – https://www.secondhelpings.org/

Ronald McDonald House at Riley Children’s Hospital – https://www.rileychildrens.org/support-services/ronald-mcdonald-house-of-indiana

Habitat for Humanity – http://indyhabitat.org/

The Julian Center project is on Tuesday, April 24th at their downtown campus.  We will be working in their Healing Garden, and holding a clothing drive for them as well.  Clean out those closets!  Look for donation boxes in the breakroom soon.

For Second Helpings, we will be doing a food drive during the month of April.  Look for additional details as we get closer to April.  Start cleaning out your pantry!

The Ronald McDonald House at Riley Children’s Hospital will be a meal service project.  The project will be on Wednesday, April 18th for breakfast.  We will be preparing a meal for the families of those with children staying at Riley.

The Habitat for Humanity project will be on Thursday, April 26th all day.  This project will entail all things house building related.

To find out more about TCC and our company values, please visit our Culture Book on our website http://www.e-tcc.com/culture.

 

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