Corporate Citizenship

At the heart of GDKN’s business are our people which include our employees, our clients, our contingent workers and those who make up the communities in which we live and work. Our company’s success is based upon maintaining good relationships with all these stakeholders.

Our outreach initiatives include volunteerism, donations, and sponsorship of underprivileged children by helping them with their education and health needs.

GDKN believes in helping to make this world a better place through helping those in need. GDKN takes an active approach to community service by creating volunteer opportunities aimed at enhancing the quality of life for all human kind. Some of the companies that GDKN is a contributing corporate member of, are, but not limited to:

  • Broward Outreach Center
  • Jubilee Pantry
  • United Way
  • Doctors Without Borders
  • Single Teacher Schools
  • American Diabetes Association
  • NMSDC National Leadership Team

The President of GDKN, Vic Narang, is involved with several community organizations, one being the Memorial Healthcare System where he serves as the Vice Chairman on the Board of Commissioners.

Opening of Breast Cancer Center – Memorial Cancer Institute flipLightBox Image Opening of Breast Cancer Center – Memorial Cancer Institute
Memorial Fitness Zone – Dania Beach, Florida flipLightBox Image Memorial Fitness Zone – Dania Beach, Florida
Opening of Brain Injury Unit and Solarium – Memorial Rehabilitation Institute flipLightBox Image Opening of Brain Injury Unit and Solarium – Memorial Rehabilitation Institute

For the last five years, the Executive Vice President and co-founder of GDKN, Jay Narang, has been serving on the Board of Directors at the Florida State Minority Development Council (FSMSDC), formerly SFMSDC. He has helped the council in its direction so as to increase the efforts of opening opportunities for the MBE communities, and the states by going after DBE business opportunities with the DOT.

Jay Narang attends quarterly national leadership meetings with the NMSDC to help with steering information of the organization to help improve the performance of the council. In addition, Jay serves as the chairman of the MBE Input Committee where the MBEs come together on a monthly basis to provide feedback to the council. This feedback helps the council to better understand their needs and come up with the necessary programming in line with what the MBEs of the council need

Jay also serves as the chairman of the MBE Input Committee where the MBEs come together on a monthly basis to provide feedback to the council. This feedback helps the council to better understand their needs and come up with the necessary programming in line with what the MBEs of the council need.