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Community Service

World Password Day 2019

- May 2, 2019

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NPI Technology Management has finished a project donation to Local Motion, a member-supported non-profit organization promoting people-powered transportation and recreation for healthy and sustainable Vermont communities. IT Technician Drew Larsen provided the technology assistance for the relocation of an office suite. Lynne Graves, Director of Finance and HR, noted that Drew brought them back up […]

We have finished another volunteer project for our 30 Years of Helping initiative. This time we cleaned the PlayLab at Lund Family Center. Thank you, Julie Richards (bottom center left), for for this opportunity to give back to the community that has supported us for 30 years.

NPI celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2018, and to mark the occasion has provided each employee 30 hours of paid time to work on pro-bono projects with some of the 30+ non-profits that have received our donations in the past. These community service projects ranged from sorting food for the Vermont Foodbank to a complete […]

As part of our 30 Years of Helping initiative to celebrate our 30th anniversary, six members of the NPI staff spent a day at the Sara Holbrook Community Center doing yard work, washing windows and painting. Another team of employees built a cornhole game. It was great to get them ready for spring and the […]

As part of our 30 Years of Helping initiative, six members of the NPI staff performed yard clean up for the Sara M. Holbrook Community Center today. This is as part of an ongoing project to prepare the Center for spring.

We are pleased to announce the completion of a cleaning and painting donation to Robin’s Nest Children’s Center, a Burlington nonprofit whose mission is to provide quality care and education in multi-age groups with high ratios of adults to children. They have provided a play-based environment for infants, toddlers and preschoolers for 33 years. One […]

We are pleased to announce the completion of a technical project for H.O.P.E. Works, a Burlington nonprofit whose mission is to end violence through healing, outreach, prevention, and empowerment. NPI Technician Spencer Goddard managed the project to improve network reliability, security, and wireless communications. “These upgrades have made a world of difference in increasing our […]

I had a wonderful time delivering this year’s holiday donation to Good Beginnings of Central Vermont located in Montpelier. Here I am with Executive Director Gretchen Elias. Since 1991 they have provided a postnatal support system of workshops and parent groups for new moms and dads. Visit their site for more information or to make a […]