PAWLEYS ISLAND, S.C. – Recently, Palmetto Infusion donated 11 computers to an after-school program in Williamsburg County, aimed at supplying school-aged children with better access to technology.
The Rick & Susan Goings Club in Hemingway, an extension of The Boys and Girls Club of the Pee Dee Area, received 11 laptop donations, thanks to an initiative created by Palmetto Infusion’s IT department. These donations speak to the culture Palmetto Infusion has created through the company’s 22 years of service.
“Palmetto Infusion prides itself on employing people who always do the right thing and build meaningful long-term relationships—those are just two of our four important core values,” said Palmetto Infusion CEO David Goodall. “We are extremely thankful to be able to help youth in the area through these technology donations.”
The Boys and Girls Club promotes the social, educational, health, leadership, and character development of boys and girls during critical periods of their growth. These organizations work to inspire youth to become productive, responsible, and caring citizens.
“Hemingway holds a special place in my heart as my hometown, and I am so thankful to have had an opportunity to direct this technology donation from our IT department to the Boys and Girls Club,” said Kaley Nevin, Palmetto Infusion’s marketing coordinator. “I love being part of a company that not only supports its employees but also the people in the communities we serve. It feels so good to give back and help where we can.”
Any community centers or privately funded non-profit organizations in need of technology donations in South Carolina can contact us at email@example.com for more information.