The Judge Group Makes Big Commitment to Philadelphia Nonprofit
(Philadelphia, PA) – The Judge Group, a leading professional services firm, has pledged $25,000 to NPower Pennsylvania (NPower PA), a nonprofit whose mission is to ensure all nonprofits can use technology to better serve our community.
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 makes changes that allow nonprofits to help more people and increase the impact of their programs, all while significantly reducing their costs.
The Judge Group made its pledge as part of NPower Pennsylvania’s Nonprofit Technology Awards Luncheon. The event, on November 12th, 2010, will bring together individuals and corporations who are committed to sustaining and improving nonprofit organizations in our community. It is the region’s premiere event for technology executives who care about the nonprofit sector and want to make an impact. Last year, over 400 leaders from the greater Philadelphia’s business community were in attendance. This year’s event will be keynoted by the legendary former Eagle Vince Papale and emceed by Emmy award-winning sports personality Lou Tilley.
The Judge Group and NPower PA hope to draw attention to the needs of nonprofits in our community and raise over $200,000 to help support them.
For more information about NPower PA, or to sponsor the 2010 Technology Awards Luncheon, please visit www.npowerpa.org.
About The Judge Group:
Celebrating forty years, The Judge Group was established in 1970 by Martin E. Judge, Jr. and is a privately-held professional services firm offering Technology Consulting, Enterprise-Wide Staffing and Corporate Training. Our tailored services are delivered through an annual workforce of 3,500 professionals and a network of locations across the United States, Canada and Asia. If you would like to learn more about The Judge Group visit www.judge.com or call toll free (888) 228-7162.
About NPower PA:
Technology plays a crucial role in almost every service a nonprofit delivers yet, typically, nonprofits are least able to afford it. NPower is a nonprofit whose mission is to ensure all nonprofits can use technology to better serve our community. Your support allows NPower to offer high-quality, professional technology services to nonprofits at low-cost and some services are free. To learn more about how NPower is helping nonprofits on your community, please visit www.npowerpa.org, and for those in the Delaware region, please visit www.npowerde.org.
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