Thompson Electric employees are involved in many charities. They include many non-profit and charity organizations, and are also active in church groups, school associations as well as community youth programs as leaders, coaches and mentors.
A partial list of the non-profit and charitable organizations that our employees are a part of include, American Diabetes Association, Boxers & Bras for a Cause, Boys and Girls Home and Family Services, Inc., Boy Scouts of America, Briar Cliff University, Camp High Hopes, Center for Siouxland, Council on Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence, girls inc., Habitat for Humanity, Junior Achievement of South Dakota, Morningside College, Nebraska Humane Society, Ronald McDonald House, Sioux City Growth Organization (SCGO), Sioux Falls Area Humane Society, Siouxland Chamber of Commerce, Siouxland Humane Society, United Way, UnityPoint Health and WIT Community College, plus many others.
In these challenging times, it makes me proud to be associated with the employees of Thompson Electric and all they do for their communities. It says a lot about a company that has so many employees active in their communities. A company is a reflection of its self through its employees and that reflection has made Thompson Electric the company that it is today. Our strength is our people.