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SwervePoint Serves

If you are familiar with SwervePoint, you know the company culture is only second to how much people matter. Take a look at SwervePoint.com and you’ll see clues to support that fact everywhere from their focus on customer service to their awareness that customers are the most important stakeholders in their business. With their passion for people eclipsing an intense passion for products, it’s no surprise SwervePoint takes so much pride and joy in donating fresh SwervePoint stuff to the local community.  In addition to RealworldElizabeth Lyons Elementary School and Glad Rags for the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (MSPCC), SwervePoint initiated a charitable relationship last year with 826 Boston and North Shore Community Action Programs (NSCAP).

826 Boston is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting students with their creativity. Their services are structured around the understanding that great leaps in learning can happen with one-on-one attention and that strong writing skills are fundamental to future success. SwervePoint sent a large shipment of journals and pens to 826 Boston to help facilitate students’ creativity. The company finds joy in investing in these young imaginations because they have been blessed with success as a fruit of their own creativity.  Check out 826Boston this month for the fundraising moustache-a-thon.  Sponsor my friend, Nick Seagers, for 1 week or 6 weeks, and feel fun about giving!  Here’s the link for more information:  http://826bostonmoustache.wordpress.com/.

NSCAP is an anti-poverty agency serving about 30 cities on the North Shore. NSCAP’s mission is to help low-income people empower themselves as they move towards self-sufficiency and to motivate the larger community to be more responsive to the needs of low-income people. SwervePoint donated a truck load of items ranging from educational supplies to apparel and bags. The items will be utilized by the Transition to Work and Adult Basic Education programs. “The items donated will greatly assist in education and training and ultimately employment of our clients,” according to Deborah Grace of NSCAP.  I’m personally excited to be spending time with a shadow visitor from the Transition to Work program who will be taking a couple of hours to learn about customer service from SwervePoint and yours truly!

SwervePoint takes joy in donating to the local community because it is just one more way to help people accomplish their goals. SwervePoint is excited about their connections with 826 Boston and NSCAP because  they appreciate supporting creativity and overcoming challenges as much as these organizations do.  I hope they benefit from SwervePoint just as our local community benefits from them.

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  1. 02/23/2010 at 6:43 am

    useful info..

  2. workingreekgirl
    02/23/2010 at 12:38 pm

    If you have a few dollars, you should sponsor Nick:

    http://826bostonmoustache.wordpress.com/participants/nick-s/

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