Community service is an integral part of our culture at TalentKeepers.

TalentKeepers’ employees regularly volunteer their time, skills, and creative insights through community service to help those in need. Our employees help make a meaningful difference in the lives of others and have an enduring impact on the communities where they live and work.  We embrace volunteerism in community service as an integral part of our corporate culture.


We are proud to support the following organizations in our community:

Catholic Charities of Central Florida

Catholic Charities of Central Florida’s Mission is to provide vital social services to people in need, regardless of their religious, social, or economic background, to improve the lives of individuals, families, and the community.

Their focus is in four areas; prevent homelessness, provide access to healthcare, care for immigrants & refugees, and alleviate hunger. For the past five years, we have been honored to work with their fantastic staff and support their hunger initiative through community service in their Orlando food pantry, sorting and packaging food for distribution.

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Catholic Charities Community Service 2
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Goodwill Industries

Our team participating in community service by volunteering at Goodwill Industries of Central Florida sorting and cleaning donated children’s books.

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Turn the Pages Foundation

TalentKeepers supporting the Turn the Pages Foundation as part of our community service initiatives. Chris Mulligan and Jennifer Forst with the new and used school supplies gathered for donation to underfunded schools.

Turn the Pages Community Service

Brookfield East High School

In February 2020, we received an email from David Brooks, a teacher at Brookfield East High School in Wisconsin. Mr. Brooks is teaching a Leadership Principles Course that he says works to help students identify and develop their strengths as leaders to better serve their peers, school, and community. He contacted us because, “My students understand the importance of their work; however, they struggle to create and maintain the positive relationships that will elevate their success and the success of others around them to the next level.”

He “personally loved the message,” in our book Talent Keepers and said “I believe your words can help them overcome a major hurdle in their journey as leaders.”  We are happy to support Mr. Brooks in his effort to shape future leaders and shipped a supply of our books for his students. We can’t wait to hear more about the progress in his classroom. Go Spartans!

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