At Trilix, we’ve long prided ourselves on our ability to tell clients’ stories. Every organization we work with has a passion that drives them each day to innovate and better serve their customers.

On Giving Tuesday, we want to focus on sharing the stories of some of our clients in the nonprofit and social service industries who go above and beyond to serve their own clients. Giving Tuesday, which takes place on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, is described as a global movement to inspire generosity and encourage people to do good.

“We believe our ability to share dynamic client stories sets our work apart,” said Brett Adams, chief marketing officer for Trilix. “The nonprofit and social services sector can bring unique challenges and triumphs, and we want to help highlight these dedicated organizations and their missions.”

Trilix understands that our communities improve when we all participate in making them stronger.

Ron Maahs, CEO at Trilix

Ron Maahs, Trilix CEO, added his thoughts about the importance of supporting the nonprofit sector. “Trilix understands that our communities improve when we all participate in making them stronger. In fact, Trilix even has a philanthropy committee for employees to consider supporting local nonprofits and social services in addition to our work. Join us in supporting organizations whose missions speak to you.”

Here are just some of the nonprofit and social services clients we support through our work throughout the year, and we believe they’re more than worthy of recognition during the giving season.

Books for Belize

By providing books, uniforms and scholarships, this organization helps children in Belize stay in school. Trilix president Todd Senne has enjoyed supporting Books for Belize for six years by helping to lay the foundation for fundraising. Learn more or get involved at  

Des Moines Symphony

The Des Moines Symphony’s mission is to enrich, educate and inspire Iowans by performing great orchestral music. Trilix CEO Ron Maahs serves on the Board of Trustees and is the chair of the Marketing/Ticket Sales Committee. Share your support for the Des Moines Symphony and its Sound of the City initiative, which aims to raise $500,000 to endow scholarships for the Des Moines Symphony Academy, at


Ellipsis, a new organization formed by the merging of Youth Homes of Mid-America and Youth Emergency Services & Shelter, serves more than 750 kids and their families in order to help them overcome turbulent pasts to build successful, rewarding futures. As a former board member, Trilix Chief Marketing Officer Brett Adams knows how hard the organization works to serve youth and families in central Iowa. Support Ellipsis’ mission at

LifeServe Blood Center

LifeServe helps safely provide blood to more than 120 hospitals in Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota. LifeServe needs 200,000 community members to donate blood each year to ensure their local hospital patients have the blood products they need. Consider helping by finding a donation center close to you at

Make-A-Wish Iowa

Make-A-Wish Iowa creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illness across the state. The nonprofit’s work shines a light of hope on children, teens and families by providing gifts or events. Learn how you can support Make-A-Wish Iowa, including volunteer opportunities, at

Science Center of Iowa

The Science Center of Iowa is a science museum and community center in Des Moines that works to engage and inspire Iowans throughout their journey of science learning. The organization’s goal is to be a community resource for informal science learning for children, families, school groups and individuals to explore science and technology. Explore ways to support the Science Center of Iowa at

“It’s our duty to give back,” said Todd Senne, Trilix president. “The more you give, the more the world returns that back in spades. When we work with nonprofit and social services clients, we have the chance to make a real impact on people’s lives by providing our expertise.”