Community Involvement

Giving back to the community is very important to TopSpot.

Giving back to the community is very important to TopSpot. Since 2013, we have had an internal community service committee who chooses charities for TopSpot to work with. Some of the charities we have been involved with as a company over the last year include The Coalition for the Homeless, Houston Area Women’s Center and Citizens for Animal Protection.

We also support charity drives for different disaster relief funds throughout the year. Last year, we donated supplies for the Louisiana Flood Victims and cleanup teams as well as clothing for people affected by the Houston floods. This year, we held our own fundraiser to support families in need following Hurricane Harvey.

We are also sponsors and members of the following associations:

  • Greater Houston Manufacturers Association
  • Fabricators & Manufacturers Association
  • Tri-County Manufacturing Consortium
  • National Association of Manufacturers
  • Technology/Manufacturing Aligned
  • The Michigan Manufacturers Association
  • San Antonio Manufacturers Association
  • National Business Development Association

Taking Care of Houston Families

After Hurricane Harvey brought devastation to the city of Houston and its surrounding areas, the TopSpot Team pledged our commitment to being part of the relief efforts. Thanks to the support of our clients across the US along with family & friends, we raised over $60,000 for those in need! Learn More

Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP)

Each year, we hold a company-wide kickball tournament to raise money for a different charity. In 2016, all proceeds went to CAP, a Houston non-profit that provides shelter, adoption, foster care for animals in need.

Houston Area Women’s Center

In conjunction with our annual holiday party, we asked each guest to bring one unwrapped toy to be donated to the Houston Area Women’s Center. Last year, we were able to donate over 300 toys and 20+ books.

The Coalition for the Homeless

The Coalition for the Homeless of Houston/Harris County is a private, nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide leadership in the development, advocacy, and coordination of community strategies to prevent and end homelessness.

TopSpot Care-aoke Night

Our TopSpot Care-aoke Night raised funds for victims of the Memorial Day floods through the Greater Houston Community Foundation.

Houston Fire Department’s Operation: Stocking Stuffer

Houston Fire Department’s Operation: Stocking Stuffer – we held a toy drive during our holiday open house, collecting toys for families in need.

A Christmas Care-All

A Christmas Care-All – we were a creative partner of A Christmas Care-All, benefitting the Casa de Esperanza de los Niños. We hosted a letter writing booth and invited attendees to write thank yous to foster moms!

Houston Independent School District

Houston Independent School District – we collected school supplies for classrooms at Bruce Elementary School.

Career Day at Southwest School

Career Day at Southwest Schools – we spoke to six classes, grades 8-12 about careers in internet marketing and encouraged them to learn how to code.

Texas Children’s Hospital

Texas Children’s Hospital – we held a charity kickball tournament and raised money for Texas Children’s Hospital.

Star of Hope

Star of Hope – We spent an evening playing games with teenagers in a battered families rescue home.

Houston’s Children’s Charity

We participated in the Adopt-A-Family program, providing clothes, gifts and gift cards to a local family of seven.
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A Christmas Care-All

A Christmas Care-All – we were a creative partner of A Christmas Care-All, benefitting The Children’s Assessment Center.

Kids Meals Houston

We hosted a canned food drive, donating 319 items. Read Blog Post

Movember

We had 19 members of Team Geek come together to grow mo’s and change the face of men’s health. We even sold a “Distinguished Gentleman of TopSpot” calendar!

Space Center Houston

We participated in their “Careers of Tomorrow,” and gave a presentation to a large group of students from Klein Intermediate School’s AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) program.

Topspot Career Day on PRWeb

Houston Hackathon

We participated in the city’s first Houston Hackathon. We developed a website that would benefit and aid the citizens of Houston. Read Blog Post

American Cancer Society

In our fourth year as Relay for Life participants, we were the top fundraising team with $21,084.86 raised. Read Blog Post

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