Our team is committed to our communities worldwide and actively provides assistance for local programs. Argo Translation has provided assistance to organizations through complimentary translation services, financial support, and volunteer time.
We’re grateful for what we have and what we’ve been given. It’s why we give back.
We see the good in others and know that a cheerful attitude can lift others up.
Our team cares about people and is driven to make time to connect in personal ways.
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Organizations We Support
Inspired Youth enriches the academic lives and creative talents of students in Chicago’s Uptown, Edgewater, and Rogers Park neighborhoods through weekly tutoring during the school year, a summer music program, and year-round choir. Their goal is to support and mentor students in developing the confidence and skills needed to succeed in school and life. This program is free to students from all backgrounds. We support Inspired Youth with funding and volunteering our time to tutor children of the program.Visit website
Northfield Township & Food Pantry
The Northfield Township Food Pantry was started close to 50 years ago to assist Township residents who are unable to provide enough food for themselves and their families. Today, many hundreds of Township families are eligible to visit the Pantry to receive perishable and non-perishable food items and grocery store cards. The Pantry is sustained entirely by residents, civic organizations, schools, businesses and the faith community who generously donate food items, grocery store cards and cash. Argo Translation provides complimentary translation services to the pantry to support its diverse customers.Visit website
Ronald McDonald House
The Argo Translation Team assembled snack packs for the Ronald McDonald House, an organization that believes in supporting families around the world and helping them access the medical care and resources they need. Jackie Lucarelli from our team said, "Supporting the Ronald McDonald House and their mission aligns perfectly with our company values. The Argo Translation family was eager to help the families."Visit website
Boys & Girls Club
Founded in 1902, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Chicago’s mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Serving nearly 20,000 youth ages 5 to 18, Boys & Girls Clubs of Chicago works to provide members with the emotional, educational, physical, and cultural resources that allow them to enjoy their childhood and thrive in adulthood. At our Clubs, they find caring mentors, avenues of opportunity and the tools they need to prepare for great futures.Visit website
American Cancer Society
The Argo Translation team volunteered their time at the Chicago Select Golf Invitational benefiting the American Cancer Society's mission of attacking cancer from every angle. Meghan Furlong from our team explained that "our volunteer assignment was the photo check-in, where we checked the names and emails of all of the golfers before they had a professional photo taken. Through event initiatives like the professional photo area, ACS was able to raise $1.5 million at just this event!"Visit website
Charity: water is a non-profit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing countries. Argo Translation became a charity: water supporter in 2017 and have campaigned twice to raise money for clean water.Visit website
Feed My Starving Children
Feed My Starving Children is a nonprofit organization that coordinates the packaging and distribution of food to people in over 100 countries. In addition to a monetary donation, the Argo Translation team hand-packed nutritious MannaPack® meals specifically designed to assist in reversing and preventing malnutrition. During the packing session, our employees and other volunteers packed 24,408 meals, enough to feed 66 children for an entire year!Visit website
Urban Ecology Center
ROOTS (Restoring Our Outdoors Together) is a part of Milwaukee's Urban Ecology Center that focuses on restoring native species throughout Milwaukee, especially by reclaiming areas that were previously grass lawns. Our team and other volunteers planted 350 plants, including purple giant hyssop, poke milkweed, and star sedge. Stefan Zeidler from our team said, "One of the things I like about Milwaukee is the large amount of green spaces we have, which is part of improving the city's ecology. The center is trying to propagate native species on the 20 acres of land the center wants to replant, and with 1-2000 plants per acre, they always need volunteers."Visit website
Food Finders Food Bank
Food Finders Food Bank collaborates with other organizations to educate, advocate, and address food insecurity in north-central Indiana. Local grocery stores dropped off huge bins of canned and boxed food at this event. Our team worked with other volunteers to check food for expiration dates and damage, then sorted, boxed, weighed, and labeled it for distribution to local food pantries and shelters in Indiana. Jenny Godley from our team said, "It was a good experience with wonderful people!"Visit website
Casa del Donante
Part of our international team donated blood at Casa del Donante, the main blood bank in Santiago, Chile. The organization receives blood and platelet donations and distributes them among local hospitals. Reflecting on the experience, our team member Carmen Acuña said, "I knew blood is important for people in need, but I learned that each donation saves three patients' lives. It's painless and doesn't take much time, so I highly recommend this to everyone. You don't need to wait until somebody you know needs your help; you can save someone's life today. They treat you nicely and are very gentle because they know this is an act of love for others and something so precious only our bodies can create."Visit website