Out reach

Healthy You Program

 

Every year, as a part of the company’s health and wellness program, Jigya conducts the walking challenge. This is a part of Jigya’s Healthy you initiative for the employees and also serves as a team building experience. More than 100 employees participated in the challenge and over the course of the challenge, employees walked more than 40 million steps.

Vibha Atlanta Dream Mile

Jigya has been a sponsor of the Vibha Atlanta Dream Mile 5k/10k Walk/Run event (http://atlanta-dm.wp.vibha.org/) for the past several years. The Dream Mile is the flagship event in Vibha’s continued efforts to increase awareness about the plight of underprivileged children in India.

NMSDC (National Minority Supplier Development Council)

 

Jigya has partnered with NMSDC (National Minority Supplier Development Council – www.nmsdc.org) for the last decade through regional councils, mentorship programs, event sponsorship, business opportunity fairs and national conferences. The NMSDC advances business opportunities for certified minority business enterprises and connects them to corporate members.

TAG (Technology Association of Georgia)

 

Jigya has been an active member and partner of TAG (Technology Association of Georgia – http://www.tagonline.org/) for over a decade as a premium sponsor, chair and/or member of multiple boards and steering committees, and beneficiary of regional technology forums and events. TAG’s mission is to educate, promote, influence and unite Georgia’s technology community to foster an innovative and connected marketplace that stimulates and enhances Georgia’s tech-based economy.

USPAACC (US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce)

 

Jigya is a new supporter of USPAACC (https://uspaacc.com/). USPAACC is the premier educational, training and networking organization that connects  business to government, and that opens doors to contract, professional and educational opportunities to Asian Americans and their partners in Fortune corporations, government, nonprofit organizations and the small and minority business community.