Community Involvement: A Core Ingram Micro Mobility Value
Community Involvement is a core value for both Ingram Micro Mobility as a company and for our individual team members throughout the world. We believe that our collective passion for making the communities we live and work in better places to live sets us apart from many others and we are always looking for ways to make use of our resources and abilities to better the lives of those around us
What does Community Involvement mean to our global associates?
"Community involvement is one's generous act of sharing his or her talent, skills, time, energy, finances and other resources for the improvement and greater good of others."
"Working together. Sharing ideas. Bringing change. Communication and commitment."
"Being an active participant rather than a passive bystander in creating a sense of place, belonging, trust, support, and mutual benefit in the community where I live and work."
"It is volunteering to aid or improve the community or a cause without the expectation of receiving anything in return other than the satisfaction of helping others."
"To me, community involvement has several meanings. It means making a difference in the lives of those who are less fortunate; hungry, homeless, abused, uneducated, etc. It means empowering individuals to provide opportunities for growth and change, and giving more than we receive. It means making people smile! It means loving people."
"It means paying forward all the good things I have been blessed with in my personal and family life, and giving back to the less fortunate."
"Community involvement is an ongoing thing whether you are helping a neighbor when their children are sick or taking in shopping for a retiree. Every small part helps to make a better world."
"Community involvement is something that I believe is critical to society and future generations. It lays the groundwork for those that are less fortunate, and it also brings a society together regardless of race, religion, or backgrounds."
To view a complete listing of Ingram Micro Mobility's Global Volunteer Efforts 2009-2011, download the PDF.
What We Support
Ingram Micro Mobility seeks to build relationships with 501(c)(3) organizations that have a well-defined purpose and mission, a reputation for meeting objectives and delivering world-class programs and services, and a demonstrated commitment to maximizing available resources. We place a priority on organizations that promote diversity and inclusion.
What We Don't Support
Ingram Micro Mobility does not support the following:
- Advocacy-directed programs
- Debt reduction
- Efforts to influence legislation, the outcome of any election or voter registration drives
- Labor groups
- Loans for small businesses
- Organizations that do not have 501(c)(3) status
- Organizations that unlawfully discriminate in their provision of goods and services based on race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, ethnicity, sexual orientation, national origin, physical challenge, age or status as a protected veteran
- Political contributions
- Profit-making enterprises
Requests for Charitable Contributions
All requests for charitable contributions from Ingram Micro Mobility must be submitted in writing. Please note that additional documentation may be required before a request can be approved.
Requests for charitable contributions are subject to company guidelines and funding availability. Our goal is to review requests in the fourth quarter (calendar) for the following calendar year; as such, requests should be submitted no later than the end of the third quarter (calendar) to be considered for the following calendar year. All eligible requests receive prompt staff review and response.
Requests for charitable contributions should be mailed to:
Ingram Micro Mobility, Inc.
Attn: Charitable Contribution Request
501 Airtech Parkway
Plainfield, IN 46168
To view a complete listing of Ingram Micro Mobility's Charitable Contributions 2009-2011, download the PDF.