IT consulting and solutions group TrinSoft, located in Lexington, Ky., continued their annual charitable tradition last year by donating 10% of their 2016 profits to charity.
"TrinSoft believes all companies and individuals have a responsibility to improve their community," the company wrote in a release. "TrinSoft also believes every company can make a difference; whether we define that community as our local towns and neighborhoods or as our global economy."
Professionals were urged to name their charitable organizations of choice - located in both their native Central Kentucky and abroad - be it for the organization's mission or a non-profit they were personally involved in.
Organizations TrinSoft contributed to in 2016 included:
- Aldersgate Camp
- The Alzheimer’s Association
- Christian Flights International
- Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
- Girls on the Run Central KY
- Her Knight Dance
- Jonesborough Middle School Robotics Team
- Lafayette Softball Boosters
- Lexington Catholic
- Muscular Dystrophy Association
- Pediatric Cancer Survivor Picnic
- The Salvation Army
- The University of Kentucky
Founded in 1996 by CPA John Stucky, TrinSoft looks to "provide value to organizations by using technology to solve business challenges while maintaining a profitable, fun and challenging work environment and contributing to our community," per their mission statement.
For more on the company, head to their site here.
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