BroadPoint Technologies Takes Pride in Having a Culture of Volunteerism
As CPDC celebrates volunteer month in April, we will be sharing a series of profiles on some of the service providers, partners, and individuals whose volunteer work made an important impact on our communities in Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.
Each blog post will show a unique perspective on the motivations and contributions of these fantastic volunteers. We invite you to follow the series and learn how each of these groups shaped our region for the better.
BroadPoint Technologies, LLC combines proven technologies and innovative strategies with extensive business and industry expertise. Clients work directly with senior-level teams of experienced CPAs, PMPs, MBAs, business advisors, technology gurus, and IT experts to create appropriate on-premise and cloud-based solutions using tools such as Microsoft, Oracle, ASI, CRM, etc. BroadPoint is committed to delivering the best business technology solutions to nonprofits, associations, and hundreds of other organizations.
Founded in 2001, BroadPoint proudly serves over 400 clients in 31 states and six countries from their headquarters in the Washington D.C. metro area. The leadership at BroadPoint feels strongly about supporting its employees, clients, and community by giving back in many different ways.
“At our core, we believe the more you give, the more you get,” said Don Carnevale of BroadPoint. “Giving others the opportunity to grow and thrive is critical in building not only our communities playgrounds and gardens, but also the very spirit of the people who live there.”
In the past year, BroadPoint and its employees have participated in numerous events in communities around the Washington, D.C. area including: cleaning up rivers and streams, participating in charity walks/runs, sponsoring “Bike to Work” days, and contributing to beautification days in various neighborhoods around the area. As a wonderful reward to their volunteer efforts, BroadPoint was named a “2014 Best of Bethesda Award” winner.
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BroadPoint believes volunteerism keeps their staff focused on their core mission: to serve their customers and help them be successful. Last year, the company’s staff participated in CPDC’s KaBOOM! Playground Build at Cedar Heights. Carnevale said the staff and leadership got a tremendous feeling of pride and fulfillment at the event.
“It really offered a feeling of pride seeing the playground built from the ground up, and watching the entire group of volunteers get their hands dirty and work together for such a worthy cause,” he added. “As a new father, it’s important for me to never forget the importance of giving back to others so I can pass lessons like that along to my son as he grows up.”
Carnevale went on to say the company places a high value on its relationships with clients and community. The character of its employees makes it easy to understand why they are so willing to volunteer in the community and are being recognized for it.
“BroadPoint takes pride in having a culture where all team members feel valued and can contribute, both in the office and in the community,” he explained.
“Time is one of the most valuable commodities we have,” Carnevale concluded. “And if you give your time to serve others, the benefits you receive will be tenfold in more ways that you can imagine.”