Community involvement is very important to Pure Adapt. We have committed ourselves in various ways to help our community. Below is a sample of what we're doing.
The environment is very important to us and we have taken initiatives in our operations to recycle, reuse, and conserve. Visit DI's Going Green page for more details.
Since 2010 we have offered college scholarship to students of South Colonie High School through the South Colonie Dollar for Scholars program.
Adam co-taught Web Venturing to seniors at James Madison University. He has guest lectured at JMU and Skidmore College. Greg has also guest lectured at his alma mater Siena.
Michael features a charitable organization every month on his blog in his My Monthly Charity section.
We assisted in moving a community soup kitchen to a new location by volunteering and through a donation. You can learn more about the soup kitchen in this Times Union article.
Through our former e-commerce store Tastefully Driven, we donated 5% of our profits to a charitable organization every year as part of our Commerce with Conscience program.
We donated our time to develop a website for the authors of the children's book Friday A Dog's Tale, who have donated hundreds of copies to local schools.