Volunteering and Fundraising

Committed to Giving Back

In living out our mission, we see the importance of service beyond monetary donations. Each employee receives five paid service days per year. Individuals are encouraged to choose where to donate their time, energy, and heart. In addition to service hours, our company:


  • Has 92 philanthropy ambassadors across our 69 offices who organize service events where local and regional fundraisers support giving back to those organizations that are important to their respective communities
  • Participates annually in canned food drives and Toys for Tots during the Holiday season
  • Provides the opportunity to travel around the world to serve alongside OneWorld Health

Food bank sorting
Megan Beigl
Consultant Engagement Lead

“Being able to be the Philanthropy Ambassador in Denver has given me a drive and sense of purpose outside of the regular day-to-day job. We are so lucky at IG that we get to be the light to people each day with a new job that may help them keep a roof over their head, put food on the table or send their kids to school AND we are even luckier that we’re encouraged to continue that outside of work, too. The Denver office was able to be the light for many during our Summer of Service last year where we partnered with four different local non-profits to volunteer about 520 service hours for a community garden, improvements to a non-profits landscaping, or sorting food for a food bank. It was so encouraging and uplifting to be around so many like minded people who share a passion for giving hope to the community around them.”

Fritz Kielblock
Account Manager, New Jersey

“This year’s Service Week really helped the New Jersey office get back to being hands-on with our community through hard work, sweat, and smiles! We spent a lot of time this summer supporting the local Salvation Army branch that runs a daycare and summer program. In the beginning of the summer, we cleaned up the camp picnic area, planted flowers, and setup a large outdoor tent where the kids can eat their lunches outside. After lots of laughs, water breaks, and high fives, everyone left the event with a feeling of purpose.
We also hosted a backpack drive with the Salvation Army, where we donated 40 backpacks for the children participating in the summer camp so they have the supplies and backpacks they need for the new school year. As our group left to head back to work, we were grateful for the experience, but more importantly, we left wanting to do more for the people and communities around us.”