Charles IT Launches Toy Drive Alongside Office Decorating Contest

Charles IT Launches Toy Drive Alongside Office Decorating Contest

Charles IT is blending a friendly, festive competition with the spirit of giving this holiday season.


There is very little that the Charles IT team enjoys more than friendly competition. Whether it’s connected to quarterly goals, walking challenges, cSAT scores, or hot wings eating contests – there’s never a shortage of playful, competitive spirit.

This year, the company is launching a team holiday decorating contest that challenges each IT, backend operations, and service team to decorate their office space with the theme of their choosing. On Friday, December 9th, at 1:00 PM (EST), the decorations will be on display for voting and will be featured on the Charles IT Instagram story for you to cast your vote.

Unlike other competitions where prizes have ranged from cash bonuses and chair massages to weekend casino getaways and office happy hours, this time, the winning team will be able to choose the charity that will receive Charles IT’s toy collection this holiday season.

To donate, toy collection bins will be located at the front of our offices for donations until Tuesday, December 20th, and will be delivered to the chosen charity just in time for Christmas.Charles IT holiday decorating contest preview

About Charles IT

Charles IT is the Northeast’s compliance expert, headquartered in Middletown, Connecticut, with a second location in Stamford, Connecticut. As a managed service provider (MSP), Charles IT also specializes in compliance, including SOC 2, HIPAA, DFARS, CMMC 2.0, and NIST CSF, in addition to its IT support, security, and service offerings. With a human-first focus, Charles IT values knowing client teams just as much as knowing their technology, allowing the MSP to find the right solutions that take clients from functioning to flourishing.


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Betta Greenberg

Marketing Manager, Charles IT





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