Scarborough & Tweed, a leading provider of distinctive corporate gifts, launched a corporate philanthropy program this year to advance its long-standing commitment to corporate social responsibility.
Lisa McCullagh founded Scarborough & Tweed in 1992 with two goals in mind: to offer her clients high-quality products based on innovative ideas and to give back to the community. Over the past 21 years, Scarborough & Tweed has donated more than $1 million in merchandise to World Vision’s humanitarian relief efforts, joined a campaign to aid the homeless, aligned with vendors that practice fair trade, offered job training to adults with disabilities, and sponsored the Buck Hill Skytop Music Festival.
“We’re grateful for our success, and as we enter our third decade, we want to focus on supporting organizations that are dedicated to making a positive impact on society,” McCullagh said.
In the first year of its corporate philanthropy program, Scarborough & Tweed supported Feeding America®, 1% for the Planet, and Girls Inc. with monetary donations.
Scarborough & Tweed is a leading provider of distinctive corporate gifts, logo merchandise, and custom promotional products. The company’s renowned canvas duffle bag is ubiquitous throughout the corporate world. Scarborough & Tweed serves clients all over the globe, with offices in New York and London.