Posts Tagged ‘charity’

Introducing GiveCamps–Developers (and AppliedI) helping Charities

Reading Time: 3 minutesAs I type this message, there’s a group of volunteers gearing up to spend the next 48 hours hyped up on Caffeinated drinks, gorged on Pizza and sandwiches and busily typing away on keyboards, strategizing on whiteboards and tackling problems for the greater good.  No, I’m not talking about a World of Warcraft marathon gamer…

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The Indy GiveCamp is a go for this weekend!

Reading Time: 5 minutesThe Indianapolis GiveCamp will be held this weekend at MID, 9800 Association Ct., Indianapolis, Indiana 46280.  Indy GiveCamp is a weekend-long collaboration between local developers, designers, database administrators, and non-profits. It is an opportunity for the technical community to celebrate and express gratitude for the contributions of these organizations by contributing code and technical know-how…

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This week’s announcement of Giving Innovations

Reading Time: 3 minutes  We believe the need for help is greater than ever and believe charities are being hit the hardest by a difficult economy.  We also believe that as a company that continues to see great growth, we’re obligated to help and thus we do.  Over the past few years we’ve been informally making charitable contributions…

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AppliedI.net helps sponsor Extreme Makeover Home Edition project.

Reading Time: 3 minutesOn September 26th, “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” (the popular ABC television program hosted by Ty Pennington) traveled to Holt, Michigan to tell the Nickless family that their 1860’s farmhouse would be remodeled in only seven days.  The Nickless family, like the other families featured on the show, have a very compelling story and are truly…

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