Community Involvement

Community is our priority

Since the company’s founding in 1986, TG3 Electronics has remained a locally owned family business in Kenosha, Wisconsin. We understand that the success of our business depends on the health of the community we belong to. In addition, the personal well-being of our employees, families, friends, and neighbors is as strong as the place we call home. This is why TG3 is active in programs and other local initiatives that keep our city safe and thriving.

Toys for Tots

A veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and founder of TG3 Electronics, Tom Giles made it a company priority to support The Marine Toys for Tots Foundation. Every year, TG3 Electronics helps collect and distribute toys to underprivileged children in Kenosha through Toys for Tots. In addition to spreading the joy of Christmas, our staff helps the organization achieve its goal to “deliver a message of hope to less fortunate youngsters that will assist them in becoming responsible, productive, and patriotic citizens.”

Toys for Tots

We Back the Badge

In support of local law enforcement, TG3’s Vice President Chad Giles and Chief Financial Officer Amy Giles Maurer, helped form and launch the We Back the Badge 501(c)3 non-profit in Kenosha, Wisconsin. In addition to spearheading fundraising campaigns, We Back the Badge connects citizens and local businesses that want to make a difference. The goal is to engage in constructive conversations and community-centric activities that foster support for law enforcement, first responders, veterans, and local government officials.

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TG3 Electronics is a supporting business member and sponsor of the Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association (WCPA). Established in 1907, the foundation helps keep Wisconsin communities and law enforcement personnel safe by continuously striving to improve the profession. The WCPA provides educational opportunities, mentorship, advocacy for appropriate legislation, and a network in which Chiefs can learn from each other.

Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association