The team at Toft Group is proud of our engagement with the community. We feel
strongly that we make a positive difference with our work in executive biotech
and healthcare high-tech recruiting, and we also use our talents and time to help
people and organizations who make the world a better place to live.
Toft Group is passionate making our communities better for everyone.
Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk for Breast Cancer
Team Toft will once again be participating in the Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk to help end breast cancer. We have participated every year since the company’s founding- this is our ninth year! Participants raise a minimum of $2,300 and walk an average of 20 miles a day for three consecutive days, educating tens of thousands of people about breast health and raising funds for breast cancer research and community outreach programs with every step. Team Toft has raised over $50,000 to date.
Unfortunately, many people – both men AND women- still die of breast cancer, which is WHY we walk. Awareness and screening for early detection has changed the course of the disease for many, and this walk does so much to support that work.
LEAD Visionary Awards
Toft Group was a proud sponsor of the 2018 LEAD Visionary Awards.
LEAD San Diego is a nonprofit organization which has been dedicated to developing future leaders through relevant programming that informs and inspires leadership for more than 35 years. LEAD educates, connects and engages. The Visionary Awards were held on June 14, to honor outstanding leaders in our midst and recognize their dedication to improving our region. Jay Flatley, Executive Chairman of the Board of Illumina, was the recipient of the LEAD Economic Opportunity Award, in recognition of his visionary leadership in creating economic opportunities in our region that might not otherwise exist.
Scripps Hospital Mercy Ball
Robin Toft, founder, President and CEO of Toft Group Executive Search, was co-chair for the 46th Annual Scripps Mercy Ball, which raised over $730,000 for much needed trauma equipment for Scripps Mercy Hospitals in San Diego and Chula Vista. Robin donated key auction items as well as co-organizing the event. Toft Group helped raise $25,000 for the event.
Mercy Ball net proceeds benefit the Scripps Mercy San Diego Trauma Center’s purchase of an intraoperative CT scanner (iCT) with the remainder of the proceeds going to the Scripps Mercy Hospital Chula Vista Emergency Department capital fund for the Triage Center remodel.