Giving Back

A Lehigh Valley Business

When we moved our business to Allentown, we proclaimed to the city that we were not coming downtown simply to work; we were coming here to eat in your restaurants, drink in your pubs, cheer at your arena and laugh and cry in your theaters.

We are not just a great technology company. We are good neighbors and a company that is committed to helping those around us.

United Way of the Lehigh Valley

Since the inception of the company, Trifecta employees have given financial support to the United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley and the many agencies they support.

Employee volunteers organize the annual United Way Campaign, a campaign filled with fun activities and speeches from other community volunteers and agencies who drive home the message that countless people around us in our own community need our support. We earn the “Circle of Honor” award from United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley for giving back each year.

Adopting a School

It began with a simple $470 donation in 2012. That donation supported 25 students at Jefferson Elementary School in Allentown so they could participate in the Girls On The Run program. The girls ran their 5K and, in doing so, they (and their teachers and staff) won over our hearts. So, we adopted them!

Throughout each school year, Trifecta employees volunteer to read books, donate books, provide computers, and deliver whatever support we can to help 700+ inner-city school children have a better chance to succeed.

Wildlands Conservancy

Trifecta management and employees support the Wildlands Conservancy in Emmaus, PA. Wildlands Conservancy is a group that is working to preserve, protect, restore, and enhance the land, water, ecological, and recreational resources of the region for future generations.

Allentown Symphony Orchestra

When we moved our offices downtown, Trifecta made a commitment to support the arts in our community. Our CEO serves on the Board of Directors of the Allentown Symphony Orchestra, and our employees provide much-needed technology, including the creative design and development of the website for the organization.

“They are true examples of community leaders and we are proud to honor Trifecta with the Circle of Honor Award”

David Lewis, President, United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley
Each year, The Morning Call Silver Bowl Award is presented to a volunteer who demonstrates outstanding leadership and makes every effort to help the fundraising campaign succeed. Melissa Bosch, VP of Human Resources & Business Administration, was a recipient of this prestigious award. Melissa led the Trifecta team in coordinating a series of fundraising events that achieved an increase of 54 percent in donations over the previous year and a 65 percent increase in the number of donors. Melissa is a super volunteer who garnered significant support from Trifecta employees for our United Way.