Stargel Office Solutions Receives Houston Business Journal Corporate Philanthropy Award

Houston, TX, November 28, 2018 --( Jack Stargel is presented philanthropy award by the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Owner and President of Stargel Office Solutions, Jack Stargel is honored with the Houston Business Journal Corporate Philanthropy Award - Small Corporation at the annual Association of Fundraising Professionals – Greater Houston Chapter’s National Philanthropy Day Luncheon. This event celebrates the partnership between generous individuals, corporations and foundations and skilled, ethical, professionals who share a commitment to the well-being of the Houston community. This year’s recipient for Outstanding Fundraising Program (Greater than $2M) is Texas Children’s Hospital Bad Pants Open® and the honorees for Outstanding Volunteer Service Harvey Heroes are the J.J. Watt Foundation and Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale, among many others.

About Stargel Office Solutions

Stargel Office Solutions was founded in 1987 by President and owner, Jack Stargel, who has grown the company from one client 31 years ago to more than 6,000 clients today. Accomplishing this growth is a combination of high levels of service and a team of over 100 dedicated employees. The continued growth is attributed to building lasting client partnerships with a unique concept of customer support. Stargel Office Solutions is a complete office technology partner by offering sales and service on multifunction printers, copiers and scanners combined with IT services, managed print services, software solutions and digital signage. For more information visit:

About National Philanthropy Day

National Philanthropy Day celebrates and honors Houston’s philanthropic individuals, professionals, foundations and corporations for their help in shaping our community with their gifts of time, talent, and resources. National Philanthropy Day provides the opportunity to reflect on the power of giving and all that it makes possible.
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