#PCGCares: Giving back in 2016

December 2016 marks PCG’s 30th anniversary. To commemorate this important milestone, and to offer some humble thanks to our clients and the communities we serve, PCG embarked on a yearlong “30 for 30” initiative to give back to those in need.

Our “30 for 30” campaign was comprised of two core pieces: local community service projects implemented by offices across the firm and six, bi-monthly donations of $30,000 each. The yearlong initiative culminated with a surprise announcement from PCG’s Founder and CEO, Bill Mosakowski, pledging $30 donations on behalf of every employee who selected one of six organizations supported by PCG through the years. [More]

PCG announces final “30 for 30” grants

To commemorate our 30th year of service, and to offer some very humble thanks to our clients and the communities that we serve, PCG pledged to donate $30,000 every other month, ($180,000), to selected charities during calendar year 2016.

December marks the final award in our yearlong campaign, and as such, we are pleased to announce that three “30 for 30” $10,000 grants, ($30,000), will go to organizations dedicated to supporting individuals with disabilities and their families: Parent to Parent USA, Self Advocates Becoming Empowered, and Sibling Leadership Network... [More]

#PCGCares: Announcing our fifth “30 for 30” grant!

To commemorate our 30th year of service, and to offer some very humble thanks to our clients and the communities that we serve, PCG has pledged to donate $30,000 to six selected charities throughout 2016.

October marks the next grant in our yearlong campaign; it also marks the first time we are deviating from our planned approach of supporting one charity with the “30 for 30” donation. Instead, in response to the devastating floods that hit Louisiana in August, PCG is donating $10,000 to three organizations dedicated to delivering flood relief to communities across south Louisiana. Recipients of our fifth grant include the American Red Cross, the Louisiana Association of United Ways and Project 70805. [More]

#PCGCares: Giving back at 10th Annual Hootie’s Homegrown Roundup

For the fourth year in a row, PCG participated in the 10th Annual Hootie & the Blowfish Homegrown Roundup: Back to School Basics in Charleston, SC. This annual program provides more than 1,600 children in the Charleston County School District (CCSD) with school supplies and other supports—haircuts, dental and eye exams, backpacks, shoes, uniforms and more—to help them succeed during the upcoming school year. PCG’s Etta Holmes and Donna Worrell were on hand at this year’s Homegrown Roundup to distribute backpacks, rulers, highlighters, crayons, notebooks, pencils, and erasers. [More]

#PCGCares: Supporting early literacy

From July 26 to July 28, PCG’s Education Consulting (EC) team convened in Portsmouth, New Hampshire for their annual summer retreat. They kicked off the retreat by creating three life-sized "Imaginary Lands" board games as a service project for the United Way of the Greater Seacoast. The board games promote early literacy by requiring children to read words to advance along the path. The United Way distributes these games to community agencies for use in day care and after-school programs. Divided into three groups, each EC team identified a theme for their game before painting the board and decorating the word packets that accompany it. [More]

#PCGCares: Denver office impacts lives

PCG's Denver office again impacted lives as the Community Relations Committee (CRC) executed the second event under a sponsorship of Mile High United Way's (MHUW) "Bridging the Gap" program. Referred to as "career week," MHUW's event offered PCG volunteers a little mentoring time with seven struggling teens aging out of foster care as they set life goals and learned how to prepare for their first jobs. [More]

#PCGCares: Announcing our fourth “30 for 30” grant!

To commemorate our 30th year of service, and to offer some very humble thanks to our clients and the communities that we serve, PCG has pledged to donate $30,000 to six selected charities throughout 2016.

August marks the next grant in our yearlong campaign and as such, we are pleased to announce the fourth “30 for 30” grant recipient, National Park Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the National Park Service. [More]

#PCGCares: Boston completes its first “30…for Thirty Years” effort!

Earlier this summer, the Boston office kicked off their first “30…for Thirty Years” initiative in recognition of PCG’s 30th anniversary. Employees were tasked with helping to collect at least 30 pounds of travel-sized toiletries for the Pine Street Inn, an organization dedicated to ending homeless in Boston. This ‘30’ challenge offered the perfect opportunity for colleagues to put any saved hotel toiletries—from traveling to client sites, conferences and other PCG offices—to good use and help those in need. More than 1,600 homeless men and women from the Boston area are helped everyday by the Pine Street Inn and toiletries are one of the greatest needs. [More]

#PCGCares: Tennessee teams celebrate the year end by giving back

On July 19, PCG’s Nashville office celebrated another year of growth and success in the Mid-South region. Through partnerships with two area organizations, PENCIL Project and Catholic Charities, three teams of PCGers from across Tennessee (approximately 70 staff in total) spent the day volunteering at three different work sites. Two PENCIL Project teams helped local elementary schools (Alex Green and Bellshire) prepare for the new school year by cleaning and setting up classrooms at the schools. At Catholic Charities, the team assisted in painting and preparing one of the organization’s new facilities in the city. [More]