Community Involvement

TeamOneCares Program

“TeamOneCares” is an employee charity program where TeamOne internal and temporary staff volunteer or aid in raising money for a variety of humanitarian efforts including climate change. TeamOne commits a portion of its revenues and time to aid in playing its part as a citizen of the city, state, country, and planet. In early 2017 TeamOne significantly increased our efforts in both USA and Belgium.

Skechers Pier to Pier Friendship Walk

Since 2010 TeamOne has been a major sponsor and supporter of Friendship WalkSugar Ray Leonard, Frank Moran, Michael GreenburgSKECHERS Pier to Pier Friendship Walk. Started by Michael Greenberg, president of longtime client Skechers U.S.A., the 3.4-mile event brings thousands of friends, families and businesses together every year in support of our kids. Since 2009 the SKECHERS Pier to Pier Friendship Walk raised more than $4,000,000 for education and The Friendship Circle, an organization devoted to improving the lives of children with special needs. For more information, visit:

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Philanthropy is in our DNA.

At TeamOne, we believe it’s as important to be active in our local community as it is to provide employment to the people within it. Be it a volunteer cause or membership to a non-profit organization, TeamOne employees strive to make a difference, contributing both in and out of the office environment.

In addition, TeamOne also has a charity donation fund that anonymously supports diverse causes such as cancer, diabetes and children’s shelters. Some of the other organizations that TeamOne sponsors, supports or is a member of include:

The California Chamber of Commerce

California Chamber of Commerce LogoFor more than a century, the California Chamber of Commerce has worked to make California a better place to do business, giving private-sector employers a voice in state politics by providing a full range of California-specific services. As a long-active board member of the CalChamber—and current chair of the Worker’s Compensation committee—TeamOne CEO Frank Moran has helped this broad-based not-for-profit business advocate, and influence, government actions affecting all California business at the state and federal levels. For additional information on the CalChamber, please visit:

The Distribution Management Association (DMA)

Due to the number of distribution and warehouse clients that TeamOne services, we are actively involved with the Distribution Management Association (DMA). As a non-profit trade organization for logistics and supply chain leaders devoted to the advancement of distribution, warehousing and transportation, the DMA is determined to become the Inland Empire’s premier supply chain trade association—a true community resource wielding legislative influence, while promoting two-way educational programs for the logistics industry. For additional information about the DMA, please contact:

Union Rescue Mission

The Union Rescue Mission (URM) is the largest mission of its kind in America—bringing help and hope to the desperate, poor and homeless men, women, and children of downtown Los Angeles. On numerous occasions, TeamOne employees have found it rewarding to volunteer their time downtown—to help break the cycle of homelessness. The Union Rescue Mission is supported exclusively by private contributions from individuals, corporations and foundations. For more information on how to get involved with the mission, visit

The National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE)

The National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship LogoNFTE’s mission is to teach entrepreneurship to low-income young people (ages 11-18), so they can become economically productive members of society. NFTE’s strategy for achieving this mission is to partnerwith schools and community-based organizations to train and support volunteer workers while creating an experimental curriculum with supportive alumni services. For additional information about NFTE, please visit