Our commitment to the community is part of our core values at TG. We feel that giving back is more than just providing a pro bono service to a deserving cause – it is a reflection of our character as a company. Our goodwill program demonstrates a long-standing pledge to non-profit organizations 501(c)3.
We are fortunate to have worked with a variety of non-profit organizations in a wide range of industries. To learn more about the types of charities and business we provide our goodwill program to, review our Pro Bono Portfolio below.
“We’re honored to be your partner in success.”
Strut for Kids is a nonprofit located in Wilmington, NC that is dedicated to supporting local children in New Hanover, Pender and Brunswick counties on the pediatric cancer journey. From diagnosis, through treatment and beyond, Strut for Kids supports these children and their families through financial assistance and emotional support. The pediatric cancer journey is tough—and one that no family should have to tackle alone. “Fight for them and fight with them” is the mission that Strut for Kids will continue to stand behind.
"Tayloe/Gray is creatively brilliant. As a nonprofit, your story - who you are, why you exist, and how you serve others - is critical to achieving your goals. They took a round table conversation and turned it into a gorgeous website that successfully articulates our mission and vision. We are so thankful to use this website as a platform that will help local families affected by childhood cancer, and we could not have done it without them."
-Amy Bedingfield, Strut for Kids Board of Directors
IndoJax® Surf Charities is committed to empowering disadvantaged, medically fragile, and special-needs children by exposing them to the ocean environment and teaching them to surf. They believe that the ocean and learning to surf have profound healing properties and build self-esteem. The more than dozen surf camps serve nearly 1000 children annually, and are provided at no charge to the participants—who inevitably move from a feeling of skepticism and reluctance around the ocean to empowerment and confidence, giving them the sense that “If I can surf, I can do anything!”View the Site
Good Shepherd Center, located at 811 Martin Street in Wilmington, serves as a soup kitchen, homeless shelter, and re-housing solution for members of the Cape Fear community. Each year, Good Shepherd provides approximately 85,000 meals to hungry individuals and families; shelters more than 900 homeless men, women, and children; and helps over 150 homeless individuals, including families, transition to housing.
“The website is a wonderful tool that broadens our reach and increases awareness of our programs and services. We are very excited about the expanded capabilities of the site, and we’re confident that it will enhance our ability to support this community and the people that rely on us.” - Katrina Knight, GSC Executive Director
Kids Making It, located at 617 Castle Street, is a nationally recognized youth entrepreneurship program, teaching woodworking and vocational skills to at-risk youth from age 8 into young adulthood. KMI’s goal is to keep youth out of trouble, stay in school, graduate and go on to the workforce or college, thereby maturing into successful adults. Through the design/build process, KMI youth learn patience, pride, perseverance, confidence, teamwork, and self-esteem.
“If it weren’t for the great folks at TG, we would not have the incredibly useful, functional, and impressive website that we have today. Not only did they totally redesign the site, they did it in a way that makes it easy for us to make changes as time passes. TG is a much-valued community partner.” - Jimmy Pierce, Executive DirectorView the Site
WHQR Public Radio set up shop in 1984, in a converted bar in a strip mall in Wilmington. Founded by opera lovers concerned about the disappearance of the Metropolitan Opera on local airways, the station thrived by truly becoming a community station, supported and staffed by public radio lovers. Friends of the Opera, the original name of the founders, became Friends of Public Radio, Inc.
“TG has been a great partner in re-branding HQR. They have also created fantastic designs for our station gifts, created online and publication ads and put together a terrific new video for our emPowering Our Future capacity-building campaign.” – Mary Bradley, Development Director
Paws Place is a no-kill, non-profit sanctuary dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and adoption of dogs that operates entirely on donations, volunteers, and an unending love for animals. Each dog is fully vetted and examined, spayed or neutered, given all age-appropriate vaccinations, started on heartworm preventative, microchipped, and showered with love and affection.
“We were facing a significant period of growth and change and TG stepped up to offer invaluable pro-bono support. Thanks to TG’s generosity, Paws Place has expanded its reach, and is well-positioned to face the future of providing rescue, rehabilitation, adoption, and sanctuary to countless dogs in need.” – Tony Durso, PresidentView the Site
Through its charitable fundraising efforts, KOA Care Camps will provide necessary support to send kids with cancer to medically supervised cancer camps where they can have fun, build awesome friendships, feel the joy that comes from camping and spending time in nature, make memories that will help them heal and ultimately return home feeling renewed and filled with hope.View the Site
Although we would like to assist everyone who inquires, we must make wise local investments to achieve the greatest possible impact for our client. To maximize our goodwill efforts, we select a maximum of 2 non-profit organizations per year. Fill out the form below if you’re interested in having TG work on your non-profit project.