Giving Back

Giving Back To Our Community

Linium is committed to giving back to its community - especially when the need is most pronounced during the holiday season. 

Maddie's Mark a Children's Foundation

Madeline Elizabeth Musto was a beautiful, smart, kind and happy little girl. She was diagnosed with an inoperable brain stem tumor, and after a brief, but brave fight with cancer, she gained her wings and joined God in Heaven on February 8, 2012. Maddie Musto is now a beautiful, smart, kind and happy little angel. The Maddie's Mark Foundation honors the short, but beautiful life of Maddie through funds raised to help children fighting cancer and other terminal disease to have the "best day evers". If you are interested in helping other children like Maddie, Please Click Here Now >

Diana's Drive - The Fight For Hunger

In 2009, the Linium team founded the Linium Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive.  This event is sponsored each year by Linium employees who collect food and raise funds that are then donated to local food shelters in the Capital region during the Thanksgiving holiday.  From this date forward, the Linium Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive will be renamed "Diana's Drive - The Fight for Hunger" in memory of Diana Brandt, beloved wife of Linium's Vice President of sales, Don Brandt, Jr.


Linium is committed to giving back to its community - especially when the need is most pronounced during the holiday season. The Adopt-a-Family program was formed in 2009 by Linium employees. The program provides less fortunate families in the Albany area with a full meal and gifts during the Holiday Season.  

Go Greenium

Promoting and maintaining environmentally responsible practices is beneficial for everyone - our clients, employees, and the communities in which we and our solutions operate. At Linium, we take our commitment to the environment seriously. We conduct our business in ways that protect the environment and demonstrate good stewardship of our world's natural resources. We work closely and cooperatively with local communities, suppliers and contractors, government agencies, and other organizations engaged in improving the environment.