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IDI Consulting Hosts Second Annual Toys for Tots Collection Campaign


Pittsburgh, PA – December 5, 2016 – IDI Consulting is hosting its second annual Toys for Tots holiday drive, a gift collection sponsored by the U.S. Marine Corps to benefit local underprivileged youth.

The company participated for the first time during the 2015 holiday season, enjoying not only the spirit of giving, but a generous amount of donations. This holiday season, IDI Consulting will have a collection box for new and un-giftwrapped toys in its office, at 777 Penn Center East Blvd, Suite 201 Pittsburgh.

IDI Consulting has strong ties to both military and children’s causes, participating in both the Swings for Soldiers golf event and local Light The Night Walk this year alone. This dedication is cemented by the company’s continued support of Toys for Tots. Managing Partner, William Thomas said of this year’s charitable campaign, “IDI Consulting is fortunate to have been able to partner with some great organizations that have made a difference in the lives of others. We’re delighted to support the Toys for Tots program, which brings smiles to the faces of children during each and every holiday season.”

For more information about the Toys for Tots annual charity, please visit

About IDI Consulting

IDI Consulting is a Pittsburgh-based organization dedicated to solving business problems using strategic and technologic methods. As an adaptable, resourceful team, their span of knowledge includes business technology areas such as Project Management, Business Process Re-engineering, Major ERP Installation, Custom Application Development, Programming and Installation, Application and System Design, Database Analysis and Design, Systems Analysis and Design as well as Software Analysis and IT Recruitment. IDI Consulting believes that when you solve for success first, projects go faster, cost less and perform better. Visit for more information.




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