Community Involvement

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Our associates and our company have been proud to sponsor various organizations that serve the needs of others. Without the support of our community, we would not be where we are today. Therefore, we do our best to give back.

Tigerpaw National Conference Donation

We also support organizations that our customers and partners are passionate about. During the 2012 National Conference, Chad Decourt from Universal Data received $500 from Tigerpaw to donate to the charity of his choice – Angels on Earth Foundation.
Pictured left to right: Chad Decourt, James Foxall

Zuri, the White Bengal tiger

As you can imagine, we have a soft spot for Tigers. Zuri is a White Bengal tiger with several health issues. She has been brought back to a healthy lifestyle by Noah’s Ark Animal Rehabilitation Center Inc. Zuri needs a new habitat to keep her in good health and join all the other animals at Noah's Ark.

Please join Tigerpaw Software in making a contribution to Zuri’s new home!

Omaha Storm Chasers

Tigerpaw is a proud sponsor of the Storm Chasers, Omaha, Nebraska's Triple-A baseball team for the past four years.

Annual Tigerpaw Employee Toy Drive

Every holiday season, we collect toys for children in the Omaha - Council Bluffs area.

Red Cross Blood Drive

Tigerpaw holds an annual blood drive to help support the American Red Cross. Tigerpaw Employees, friends and family are invited to participate in making a difference by giving blood, assisting with the blood drive or offering support directly to the American Red Cross in the form of monetary donation.

Additional organizations Tigerpaw supports

Tigerpaw is a proud supporter of the following organizations:
  • Omaha Film Event
  • Kidney Association
  • Hemophilia Association
  • Celebrate CB
  • Joel Alderson Memorial Golf Tournament
  • Food Bank

Veterans Day Chili Smack Down

Tigerpaw held the first annual chili cook-off in celebration with Veterans Day. Ten different types of chili were brought in and taste-tested by Tigerpaw team members. The #1 chili was judged by all ten Tigerpaw veterans and those currently serving. The winner of the Chili Smack Down was awarded a donation in his name to a veteran-related charity of his choice.

The 2012 winner, Mike Hartman, choose the Wounded Warrior Project. And instead of having the donation placed in his name, he decided to make it in the name of a Tigerpaw team member’s fallen nephew, Cpl. Jared Verbeek USMC, who was killed 2011 in Afghanistan.

Team members also contributed to the chosen charity through a donation box left out during the week. Tigerpaw matched the final amount, and the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners of the Chili Smack Down all donated their cash prizes to the Wounded Warrior Project.

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