Turnkey Compliance Solutions Supports Our Community
Turnkey Compliance Solutions is proud to support the community in which we – and our clients – work and live. To do this, we provide our team members with the opportunity to donate to their charity of choice, with our financial support. As an organization, we also support tomorrow’s science and engineering professionals through educational organization sponsorships and scholarships.
We have been proud to support:
Handsome Dan’s Rescue for Pit-Bull Type Dogs
John Fidler Memorial Scholarship (East Hampton High School)
Special Needs Fund (East Hampton High School)
Rebuilding Together (Hartford)
Naugatuck Ecumenical Food Bank
Richmond Memorial Library (Marlborough)
Sandy Hook Promise Foundation
Thompson Ecumenical Empowerment Group (Connecticut's Quiet Corner)
St. Vincent De Paul Soup Kitchen
Connecticut Breast Health Initiative
Relentless Against Cancer
East Hampton, CT Food Bank
Pratt Nature Center in New Milford, CT
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
East Hampton High School Unified Sports
East Hampton Rotary Foundation
Jamie Wallace Children Memorial Fund
Simon Youth Foundation
St. Croix Animal Welfare
Relentless Against Cancer, Inc.
CT Science Fair
TCB Amateur Baseball Club
The 2019 Recipient of Turnkey Compliance Solutions’ Scholarship
Scholarship recipient, Alexandra Dombrowski, pictured here with Mark Morgano, Turnkey Compliance Solutions’ founder. Read more about Alexandra here.
Melanie Folcik Barillaro, of East Hampton, was nationally recognized as the 2019 FAA Safety Team Certified Flight Instructor of the Year, which is issued to aviation professionals committed to furthering safety and promoting continuing education. Barillaro is an airline transport pilot with over 8800 hours of flight time. She is pictured here, at center, with FAA Safety Team Program Manager John Daniel Carter (left) and FAA Aviation Safety Manager John Feliciano of the Flight Standards District Office.
27th Annual Valley-Shore Y Golf Classic
This year was the sixth year we participated in the Valley-Shore YMCA Golf Classic. Proceeds from this tournament benefit the YMCA’s Strong Kids Financial Assistance Program, and support community health initiatives.
Group photo standing up L-R Terry Rowley (employee), Mark Vecchiarelli (Yankee Casting - client), Me, Nick Simpson
Group photo sitting at dinner - Terry Rowley (employee), Mark Vecchiarelli (Yankee Casting - client), Me, Nick Simpson
First putter - Mark Vecchiarelli, Nick Simpson
Second putter - Terry Rowley
The 2018 Donation To The Naugatuck Food Bank
Terrance Rowley presented Turnkey Compliance Solutions’ 2018 donation for the Naugatuck Food Bank to president, Marty-Lee Fenton and Joan Norton. Parishioners of the various churches in Naugatuck volunteer their time. All of the donations, food, and money to buy food, go directly to residents of Naugatuck who are in need.
2018 East Hampton High School Special Needs Fund
Left to right:
Assistant Principal, Mr. Matt Warner, Emily Balda, Hannah Balda, Principal, Mr. Frank Rizzuto
The 2017 Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair
William Livesay, Joshua Feuerstein, and Arnav Paliwal eighth graders from Woodbridge, CT won the middle school Turnkey Compliance Solutions cash award for excellence in environmental services.
Alex Araki, an eleventh grader from Greenwich, CT won the high school Turnkey Compliance Solutions cash award for his project, "Application of flexible PVDF nanofibrous membrane coated carbon fiber filter for tunable low cost solvent recycling."
The 2016 Donation To Handsome Dan’s Dog Rescue
Mark Morgano, Turnkey Compliance Solutions founder, is pictured with Heather Gutshall, the founder of Handsome Dan’s Rescue for Pitbull-type Dogs. Also included is her daughter, Josephine, who is a fan-favorite of Handsome Dan’s nearly 600,000 followers on Facebook.
Turnkey's co-founder, Michael Balda, participated in this Bosslift in April 2018 in support of Andrew Kavanah who had recently been deployed overseas.
Begun in the early 1980s, the ESGR Bosslift program gives public and private employers an opportunity to see citizen airmen on the job when they are away from their civilian occupations.
The Bosslift experience—which the ESGR bills as the “ride of a lifetime”—takes place throughout the U.S. and can range from mock convoy operations to video-simulated firefights, to flying to a briefing and Coast Guard installation.
Is this Bosslift, Mike Balda participated in a tour of the Air Force's C-130 operations in Hartford and then flew to the Blackhawk maintenance/operation center in Groton. Then off to Camp Niantic to experience simulated weapons training, a showing of personnel and equipment as well as military police canine demonstrations. Flights between each location were courtesy of Army pilots, crew chiefs and two Blackhawk helicopters.
The ESGR, a Department of Defense agency, offers the following tips for employers to support employees who serve in the National Guard or Reserves.
Learn more about the role of the National Guard and Reserve by asking your employees what they do and how they fit into the big picture of national defense.
Get to know your employees’ military commanders and supervisors; ask for advance notice of your employees’ annual military duty schedule to work out conflicts as soon as possible.
Examine your personnel policies to see how they accommodate and support participation in the National Guard or Reserve.
Encourage employee participation in the National Guard and Reserve and help them apply the training they receive from military duty.
Discuss with your employees their service requirements before any problems arise and maintain open communication.
Seek assistance from the ESGR. Ombudsmen serve as confidential, neutral liaisons for employers and employees seeking assistance or clarification regarding rights and responsibilities.
Sign a Statement of Support for the National Guard and Reserve and display it prominently.
Become an ESGR volunteer.
We are proud that one of our employees is dedicated to serving his country and we support him as he is deployed overseas....
Andrew Kavanah and his crew in Kuwait along with two of the planes he services (C-130s).
Plane delivers weapons to troops fighting ISIS