TSP in the Community
We believe that no private enterprise works as an island. Every company exists within a larger community of clients, neighbors, and the world as a whole. So it's important that we do our part to be part of all communities while making a buck. The participation has to happen on every level, from our customer relationships to global awareness.
Our staff knows that we're here to help our clients, respect their rights, and treat them with integrity. You should see that in every transaction that you have with our company. If not, you have the right to complain about our services, pricing, and company policies. That's a right that many companies forget about.
Within the city, it's our duty to help sponsor those organizations that help people to understand what's going on around them and other non-profits that need a helping hand to help others. Our longtime sponsorship of WBUR, along with our innovative Community Service Program, were created with this intent in mind.
We're also avid supporters of regional athletic fund raising events that raise money for the fight against life-changing diseases. Company founder Michael Oh rode in the Boston to New York AIDS Ride and twice in the Pan-Mass Challenge to support the Dana Farber Cancer Institute's Jimmy Fund. TSP employees have participated in the Boston2Portland ride for the Foundation for Neurologic Disease and the Run Against Cancer Event Series benefiting Livestrong, Dana Farber, and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, along with numerous other charity events, walks, and fundraisers.
Worldwide, we realize that we must take responsibility for the goods that we consume, the energy that we use and the waste we create. That's what our our Repair, Reuse, Recycle initiative and our own Recycling Efforts are about.