JPG Services cares deeply about the communities we serve. We’re known for our commitment to excellence in our work and in our customer service—and we’re proud to extend that same commitment to meeting the needs of our community.
JPG offers opportunities for our employees to be involved in the communities where we work, live, and raise our families through the organizations below.
JPG Services supports iThrive Worldwide, a charitable organization devoted to making the world a better place for youth in foster care and those transitioning out by providing appropriate resources that will allow for a better quality of life.
iThrive’s Care Bag Drive helps fill an urgent need for the approximately 25% of homeless youth that have aged out of foster care.
These Care Bags supply our region’s homeless youth with toiletries and other necessities such as hand warmers, gloves, scarves, and other items that help homeless youth survive the cold winter months.
Each year, JPG Services partners with local organizations to assemble and donate Care Bags to help aged-out foster care youth in our community. Financial donations are also encouraged and accepted.
Kingdom Investors is a local non-profit group of businesses supporting charitable projects all over the world.
Since the organization’s inception in 2002, over $4.2 million has been raised and distributed to humanitarian projects identified in coordination with missionaries and NGOs here and around the world.
JPG Services supports Kingdom Investors’ mission in helping to meet basic humanitarian needs through the organization’s annual Touching Our World Golf Tournament. Proceeds from the tournament help hundreds of families in need, from helping to fund addiction programs and youth foster programs, to funding programs for homeless families, to providing assistance to victims of hurricanes and other natural disasters.
“[JPG Services] designed and made recommendations that we had never considered all the while pumping out our solids on a weekly sometimes daily basis until changes and corrections were implemented and followed through on his commitment to our partnership.”—Matt Edge, Chief Engineer, Maryland & Virginia Milk Producers Cooperative Association