OUR MISSION TO SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY
Turnkey Compliance Solutions supports our community through a two-part approach: Company support for the future science and engineering leaders through scholarships and subject-specific awards, and by funding employee-directed giving for non-profit organizations for the causes that are closest to them.
SUPPORTING FUTURE SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING LEADERS
2021 Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair
Turnkey Compliance Solutions supports the Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair through the Turnkey Compliance Solutions Environmental Award. Meet this year’s award winners!
Snigtha Mohanraj, (pictured left) an 8th-grade student at the Engineering and Science University Magnet in New Haven, conducted the project, Implementation of Metal-Oxide-Induced Agglomeration and Electromagnetic Filtration for Removal of Microplastics. She was the middle school winner of the Turnkey Compliance Solutions Environmental Award.
Uma Pendkar, (pictured right) a senior at Greenwich High School in Greenwich, conducted the project, Low-Pressure Application of Metal Nanoparticles to Soybean Seeds to Provide Increased Resistance to Fusarium Virguliforme. She was the high school winner of the Turnkey Compliance Solutions Environmental Award.
Turnkey Compliance Solutions – East Hampton Rotary Club Scholarship
Evan Selger of East Hampton High School is the recipient of the 2020 Turnkey Compliance Solutions – East Hampton Rotary Club Scholarship.
Evan was awarded the Turnkey Compliance Solutions Scholarship in recognition of his work as the organizer and group leader of the Source to Sea Pocotopaug Creek Cleanup Event. He was a recipient of the East Hampton Board of Education Good Samaritan Commendation. He has also excelled in his academics, making high honor roll for all four years of high school. Evan was inducted into the National Honor Society and the Tri-M Music Honor Society.
Evan plans to attend Rochester Institute of Technology and aspires to one day be an electrical engineer.
MAXIMIZING EMPLOYEE IMPACT
Turnkey Compliance Solutions is proud to support the organizations that are important to our employees by providing funds to donate as they wish. Here are some of the other organizations that our employees have chosen for us to support:
East Hampton High School Special Needs Fund
The East Hampton High School Special Needs Fund helps students “who find themselves in financial need so that they can fully participate in all that our school has to offer.” This donation was presented for the 2020 scholarship.
Contact us today to learn more about how partnering with Turnkey Compliance Solutions can help your organization run more efficiently, safely, and profitably.
Handsome Dan’s Dog Rescue
Left: Volunteer Asia accepts a check for Handsome Dan’s Rescue with Foster Dog Buster, now staying with Mark and Delores Morgano pending adoption. (Asia is a volunteer with PARL, an HDR partner shelter.) Right: Buster enjoying a treat at home.
Naugatuck Ecumenical Food Bank
Terrance Rowley presented Turnkey Compliance Solutions’ 2020 donation for the Naugatuck Ecumenical Food Bank. All of the donations, food, and money to buy food, go directly to residents of Naugatuck who are in need.
Pictured here are Marty Lee Fenton of the Naugatuck Ecumenical Food Bank, and Terry Rowley of Turnkey Compliance Solutions
Other organizations our employees have chosen to support:
- Barstool Fund
- Clara Barton Camp for Kids
- Connecticut Breast Health Initiative
- Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and The Jimmy Fund
- Dementia Society
- East Hampton Local Charities
- National Multiple Sclerosis Society Pratt Nature Center in New Milford, CT
- Rebuilding Together
- Sandy Hook Promise Foundation
- Simon Youth Foundation
- The Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale New Haven – Closer to Free
- St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital
- St. Vincent de Paul Society
- Wounded Warrior Project
29th Annual Valley-Shore YMCA Golf Classic
Turnkey Compliance Solutions was proud to support the Annual Valley-Shore YMCA Golf Classic for the eighth year! The weather was perfect, and our golfers enjoyed a nice day out on the course. This year’s tournament raised more than $46,000 to help provide scholarships to those in need.
Photographed, left to right: Ray Hozempa, Mark Morgano, Sandy Capobianco, Carissa Galgano, Bryan Reid, Mike Godbout, Delores Morgano, Nick Simpson, Nick Vecchiarelli, Jim Kenny, Terry Rowley, Matt Vecchiarelli, Jim Fagan and Mark Vecchiarelli.
2020 CT Safety Society Tee Sponsor
Turnkey Compliance Solutions was pleased to support the 2020 CT Safety Society Charity Golf Outing.