03 Mar Carolina Digital Phone Gives Back to the Community
As part of our longstanding commitment to give back to the community and help make a lasting positive impact in the lives of our neighbors, we are delighted to announce that we are once again donating our expertise, equipment and services as part of the acclaimed Extreme Nonprofit Makeover program.
Now in its 16th year and pioneered by Dr. Sue Polinsky, the President of leading web development firm TechTriad, the Extreme Nonprofit Makeover provides a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Guilford County with a complete technology makeover at absolutely no cost, so that it can expand and enhance its community-focused work and help make lives better. The program is supported by a grant from foundations that support the Guilford Nonprofit Consortium. More information is available at http://techtriad.com/extreme-nonprofit-makeover.
The recipient of this year’s Extreme Nonprofit Makeover is Gale City Legal Services. Based in Greensboro, Gale City Legal Services was founded on the idea that every person deserves the right to an attorney. They strive to close the Justice Gap by providing quality legal services at reduced rates to individuals with low-to-modest incomes.
In addition to Dr. Sue Polinsky and her team at TechTriad, we would like to recognize and applaud the other companies and individuals who are joining forces this year to make the Extreme Nonprofit Makeover happen: Solace IT Solutions (Chris Oakman, CEO), Magnetic Ideas (Jeff San George), Why People Click (Rob Ainbinder), Computer Repair of Greensboro (Phillip Bishop), A Great Idea (Shane Lukas), Gefen Productions (Ellen Gefen), Haystack CRM (Jennifer Davis), Sam Moore and Altina Layman (fundraising specialists).
Commented Sharon E. Dunmore, Esq., the CEO of Gale City Legal Services: “We are very grateful to be the recipient of the 2020 Extreme Nonprofit Makeover. With this tremendous amount of support, GCLS will be able to better serve our targeted demographic of individuals and families requiring legal services with low to modest income by expanding the knowledge of our services, as well as improving our efficiency capabilities for every case.”
Commented Dr. Sue Polinsky, President of TechTriad: “I’ve not only built a successful business in Greensboro, I’ve raised my kids and planted my roots here. The Makeover is our community give-back to help nonprofits that do selfless work under trying technological conditions and help people who live in the place I call home. Working with businesses who want to do something good for the people in Greensboro – is the best reward.”
We are excited and grateful to be part of such a generous and community-focused team, and look forward to helping Gale City Legal Services improve the lives of people and families in Greensboro!