Theoris Group Donates Laptops
Laptop Donation to local High School
Theoris Group was pleased to donate 50 laptops to the Lawrence North High School. Located in Indianapolis, Lawrence North is a Four-Star School with over 2,300 students.
The contribution will help support the school’s athletic program. Mike Penrose, Athletic Director, stated “the entire athletic / coaching staff will be able to benefit from this donation. This [technology] will help our coaches to better help their student-athletes”. Mike further expressed his gratitude on behalf of the entire school for Maetrics’ generosity.
“We are delighted to be able to make this contribution to the school and to be able to give back to our community. My daughters have been actively involved with the school’s athletic program and I am extremely hopeful we are able to make a small, yet positive impact on the program,” says Jeff Cunningham, Theoris Group’s Director of Corporate Operations. As an outstanding member of the Theoris team, we’d like to reward you with a $1,000 referral bonus! Refer a colleague to us and if he/she is placed in a job, you will receive $1,000. It’s that simple. You can use this money however you with – your house, car, family trip – the choice is yours! Don’t miss out!
Theoris Donates Laptops to Graduating Class of Homeless Teens
Once again, Theoris Group donated laptops to the Indianapolis area high school seniors who participated in the Outreach Indiana program. Outreach Indiana is a faith-based nonprofit organization in Indianapolis, Indiana, that reaches out to homeless young men and women (14-24) with the compassion of Jesus Christ. Their goal is to equip and empower these at-risk young people to achieve stability and life transformation. All of the recipients of the Theoris laptops successfully made it through the program and graduated high school! Bob Clawson, VP Human Resources, represented Theoris Group at the ceremony/celebration.
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