Laptops for Two Local Nonprofits
Sequoya Technologies was pleased to present two computers to nonprofit organizations in 2010. Through the Sequoya Seeds™ donation program, Sequoya gave laptops to the Antrim Girls' Shelter and the Ingalls Memorial Library of Rindge. The Seeds program allows Sequoya clients to designate local non-profits to receive a donation of 5% their monthly service fees. Donations may be used to resolve any IT needs the organization has; including support services, hardware, and software. Started in 2007, the Sequoya Seeds has grown to over $1000 per month in donations. The Antrim Girls' Shelter and Ingalls Memorial Library were designated by The Mathewson Companies and the Town of Rindge, respectively. Learn more at sequoyatech.com/seeds.
Left to right: Phil Mathewson, President, Mathewson Companies; Randa Tenney, Program Director, the Antrim Girls' Shelter; Tom Strickland, President, Sequoya Technologies
Diane Gardenour, Director, Ingalls Memorial Library