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Supporting Colonial CASA

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If you know anything about TYGES, you know our mission is “We’re here to make good things happen for other people.”  Yes, this applies to the client, companies, and individuals we assist with on a daily basis but what you may not realize is how we take this to another step as we get involved with our local communities near and far.  Some of these organizations are listed on our site. I encourage you to get to know these worthy causes. 

Today, I want to highlight an extraordinary organization called Colonial CASA.  The team at TYGES recently sponsored two tables at a very fun BINGO fundraiser and had a great time.  More importantly, we were able to help Colonial CASA raise funds to support their mission …

“To recruit, train, and support court-appointed advocates so that abused or neglected children can have the opportunity to thrive in safe and permanent homes.” 

We at TYGES are big supporters of the work they do so that children don’t get lost in the system.  If you have a heart for children and are looking to support a very worthy cause I encourage you to consider Colonial CASA

Please visit their site and considering giving and also help spread the word.

Below are pictures from CASA Couture’s BINGO night. TYGES had two associates win handbags!

Tim Saumier

Written by: TIM SAUMIER, President and Founder

Tim Saumier started his recruiting career when he opened TYGES International back in July 2002 after purchasing a franchise from MRINetwork. He has grown the business from start-up office in 2002 to where it is today helping clients around the world solve their talent acquisition problems. While he does place people with companies, he brings much more through his consultative coaching with both companies and individuals hence the reason he has built long-lasting relationships that continue to work with TYGES.

Prior to starting TYGES, Tim spent thirteen years in corporate America with companies like John Deere, Moen, and Philips where he had the opportunity to work in supply chain, operations, and engineering during his career.

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