Bryan Tate, a principal partner and founder of PCG Contractors, is an experienced professional with over 20 years experience in the construction industry. He has successfully managed a number of projects throughout the United States.

Outside of his professional endeavors, Bryan is dedicated to giving back to his community through various philanthropic organizations. He has supported a variety of different causes — and is looking forward to supporting several more in the near future — related to children, diabetes research, and cancer research.

Children’s Causes

Bryan is a major supporter of any cause related to the support of children. Through his company, Bryan is a major supporter of Toys for Tots. The organization is run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve and distributes toys to children whose parents cannot afford to buy them gifts for Christmas. After their $5,000 contribution, PCG Contractors became a National Corporate Donor and the largest donor in Atlanta for the Toys for Tots Organization.

The mission of the Toys for Tots program “is to collect new, unwrapped toys during October, November, and December each year, and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to needy children in the community in which the campaign is conducted.” The goal is to “deliver, through a new toy at Christmas, a message of hope to less fortunate youngsters that will assist them in becoming responsible, productive, and patriotic citizens.

Furthermore, Bryan Tate cares deeply about education and the positive role that it plays in children’s lives. He believes that all children should have the opportunity to grow to reach their full potential. Bryan feels blessed to have reached such a high level of success in his own life and wants to ensure that others have access to that similar opportunity.

Health & Wellness

Bryan Tate supports a number of causes related to health and well-being, specifically organizations that explore cancer research or diabetes research. Members of Bryan’s family have been affected by both cancer and diabetes, and Bryan hopes that through the support of research into both of these conditions so that one-day future generations do not have to experience similar suffering.

Bryan understands the importance of attacking cancer research aggressively so that we can find cures for all these different forms of the disease. It is important to remember that cancer is not just one disease — it is over 200 different, unique diseases. This requires a wide-range of different approaches for each treatment. A treatment for one form of cancer does not always work for others, and sometimes those treatments can simply stop working altogether.