Tech Networks of Boston Leads in Charitable Giving

Did you know that many nonprofits receive half their donations at the end of the year? The holidays are a wonderful time to practice charity and social responsibility.

At TNB, as we focus on providing the highest quality technology services at the best possible value, we donate more than one percent of revenues to environmental causes. Here are the organizations to which we made major gifts in 2011.

Orangutan Foundation International is leading an effort to pre- serve the Rawa Kuno Legacy Forest in Borneo, Indonesia. This vast, biologically rich forest is home to hundreds of orangutans and other endangered wildlife species. As the centerpiece of TNB’s Hutan Project, we contributed the first $11,060 to preserving this valuable habitat. To purchase your land, see founder Bill McKibben is a renowned writer and climate activist. This group spreads the message that high levels of atmospheric CO2 are causing drastic changes in our oceans and climate. TNB has helped plan’s annual climate awareness day and other advocacy activities for the past three years.

The annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival put on by “e” inc was the inspiration for TNB’s Hutan Project. It’s a testimony to the power of film that a six-minute documentary shown at the 2009 festival motivated our President to tackle the planet’s most serious deforestation issue.

Tech Networks of Boston tries to practice the ethic of service every day, in supporting the needs of all our clients.

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About TNB

Founded in 1994, Tech Networks of Boston (TNB) delivers people-oriented IT support and care through service desk, remote monitoring and maintenance, staff augmentation, onsite support, strategic planning, training and project IT services to non-profits and businesses in greater Boston with a focus on non-profit health care and human service providers.

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