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The Judge Group Pledges $25,000 to Philadelphia's Nonprofit Community

September 15, 2009 (Philadelphia, PA) - The Judge Group, a Philadelphia-based international professional services firm specializing in Technology Consulting, Enterprise-Wide Staffing and Corporate Training, has pledged $25,000 to the nonprofit organization NPower PA for the second year in a row.

September 15, 2009 (Philadelphia, PA) - The Judge Group, a Philadelphia-based international professional services firm specializing in Technology Consulting, Enterprise-Wide Staffing and Corporate Training, has pledged $25,000 to the nonprofit organization NPower PA for the second year in a row.

NPower PA helps charities in the greater Philadelphia region leverage their valuable resources and make effective use of technology in their day-to-day operations. NPower facilitates changes that allow nonprofits to help more people and increase the reach of their programs, all while significantly reducing their costs.

As a technology focused firm, The Judge Group believes strongly in NPower's mission of helping nonprofits use technology to better serve the community. For the second year in a row, The Judge Group has pledged $25,000 as part of NPower Pennsylvania's 2009 Nonprofit Technology Awards Luncheon on October 16th in Philadelphia. Additionally, Judge employees offer their expertise by participating in NPower's Tech Volunteer Days and two members of Judge's executive team are on NPower's CIO Advisory Council.

"The Judge Group's support could not have come at a better time," stated Anthony Pisapia, Director of Fundraising & Communications for NPower PA. "We are getting more requests for services this year than in the past and economic conditions are straining nonprofits as more out-of-work families need help. We truly appreciate The Judge Group's contribution."

"I am happy to continue to show our support for NPower and the nonprofit organizations in the Greater Philadelphia region," stated Martin E. Judge, Jr., CEO and Founder of The Judge Group. "Being in the industry for nearly 40 years, I know first-hand that utilizing technology resources to the fullest potential has a positive effect on an organization's infrastructure and in turn the community in which it serves."

For more information about NPower PA or the 2009 Technology Awards Luncheon on October 16th, visit www.npowerpa.org.

About The Judge Group:
Founded in 1970 by Martin E. Judge, Jr., The Judge Group is a privately-owned international professional services firm specializing in Technology Consulting, Enterprise-Wide Staffing and Corporate Training. Our solutions are successfully delivered through an annual workforce of 3,500 professionals and an international network of over 35 practice offices. For more information about The Judge Group visit www.judge.com.

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