Supporting our Community

We founded Alexander Technology Group, in large part, to serve our local community and make a difference in the lives of our neighbors and friends.  As an organization, we are dedicated to giving back in all of the communities where we live and work.

Through our volunteer and philanthropic initiatives, we make various donations in support of local charities, non-profits, and community programs.  Our goals are always centered around lifting up those who may be underserved and overlooked while enriching the lives of people and families in need.

We Love to Volunteer!

We encourage our team to do more than donate money.

All employees of Alexander Technology Group can take up to 40 hours of paid time off for volunteer work with the local charity of their choice.  We also sponsor employee-driven initiatives throughout the year that contribute to a variety of worthy causes.

A sampling of local organizations and initiatives, that we proudly support, include:

Children's Museum of New Hampshire
New Hampshire Food Bank
Families in Transition
End 68 Hours of Hunger
Cradles to Crayons
Boston Children's Hospital
Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless
End 68 Hours of Hunger

“It’s amazing to be able to help the communities that we work and live in.”

– Chuck Keegan

Bed for Every Child

“Build-a-Bed was a no-brainer.  Being able to give back and change the life of a child in need was incredibly rewarding!”

Shaun Morrisey

Boston Children's Corporate Cup

“The Corporate Cup is such an unbelievable win/win.  Coming together as a group and supporting an incredible cause couldn’t be more rewarding!”

Jason Alexander

End Hunger Donation

“We were so excited to support End 68 Hours of Hunger because the true impact it has on the community and families is remarkable.”

Jennifer Blais

Bed for Every Child

“Being a part of helping a child go to sleep comfortably makes the hard work completely worthwhile and one to remember.”

Channa Houth

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