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Trojan Gives Back

Trojan Battery supports global communities with high-quality, reliable products that enable families to prosper and businesses to grow. In addition, Trojan team members volunteer in many local projects to help communities thrive.

Here are some of the events or causes we care about. We welcome you to find out more about what Trojan Battery is doing in our local communities and around the world.


December 2018 – Trojan partners with Grid Alternatives in Mexico 

A team of nine Trojan employees joined GRID Alternatives on a volunteer project to install a solar power system in Mexico. The project provides electricity to the indigenous Juntas de Neji school. Click here to view a video about the project.

October 2017 – Atlanta Light the Night 

Team Trojan raised $250 to support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk in Atlanta, Georgia. Trojan will match the donation which will be used to support blood cancer research.

May 2017 – Trojan partners with Grid Alternatives in Nicaragua

A team of nine Trojan employees joined GRID Alternatives on a volunteer project to install a solar power system in Nicaragua. The project provides electricity to village residents who have never had electrical power before. Click here to view a heartfelt photo journal created by Trojan’s very own Nhi Sung.

December 2016 – Canned Food Drive

In 2016, the Canned Food Drive collected more than 13,228 items that were donated to local food banks in California, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida.

  • Interfaith Food Centre (Los Angeles)
  • Hosea Feed the Homeless (Atlanta)
  • First Love Kids (Washington County, GA)
  • Loaves and Fishes food bank, St. Boniface Catholic Church and the Homeless Empowerment Program (Florida)
  • Fellowship Church (Nashville)

December 2016 – Habitat for Humanity

As one of the requirements for Trojan University, the 2016/2017 class chose Habitat for Humanity in support of the Trojan core value – Community Outreach. We supported sites in California, Tennessee, and Georgia. A good time was had by all and the group found it very gratifying to give back to their local communities.

90 Minutes of Service

Each month, Trojan celebrates employees that volunteer 90 minutes or more to philanthropic causes. Each month, one person is randomly selected to win an award.  From working in soup kitchens, to reading to children and helping the elderly, Trojan’s employees give back to their communities in many different ways.


August 2019 – Cliff Mlotshwa, Continuous Improvement

Cliff volunteered with trees Atlanta. He worked mulching street trees in Westview.  Filled mulching buckets, mulched and weeded trees.

July 2019 – Rogelio Rivera, Creative Services

Rogelio volunteered with the Whittier Area Literacy Council. He provided graphic design services for the non-profit agency aimed at serving needy participants. He created a tri-fold brochure to help spread their message to the community.

June 2019 – Darlene Moss, Quality Assurance II Technician

Darlene volunteered at Choice Assisted Living Facility. She conducted bible study and a workshop service for the clients. She read over some scriptures from the Bible and had a discussion with the clients.  She led them in song and prayer.

May 2019 – Tamara Lopez, Accounts Payable

Tamara worked with Fix Long Beach Spray/Neuter clinic to provide free spray and neuter for low income individuals in the Long Beach community. Tamara confirmed calls for appointments, while checking in clients and giving surgery instructions. She also assisted with updating the clinic’s database along with guiding clients through the process.

April 2019 – Alejandro Rodriguez, Inventory Control

Alejandro volunteered with Golden Harvest Food Bank. He was responsible for packing and sorting food and meds that were received from CVS.

March 2019 – Kerri Allcott, TBS

Kerri volunteered with Feeding Tampa Bay. She assisted in the warehouse sorting meals to distribute to local non-profits that feed the homeless. She also sorted foods and checked the expiration dates.