Sequoya gives $1,400 to PHSF

Sequoya Technologies president Tom Strickland recently presented a $1,400 donation to help support the Peterborough Human Services Fund.

The PHSF is an all-volunteer organization that provides emergency support for those who find themselves in times of special need and crisis. The organization raises and administers funds that support two key areas of service: the Peterborough Food Pantry and the Peterborough Resident Emergency Aid Program. These two initiatives support over 350 families per month in the greater Peterborough area.

“Twenty-seven percent of the Monadnock region population is at or below the poverty level.  We are doing our part to eradicate hunger in our town.  Thanks to donors like Sequoya Technologies, we can make progress toward that goal,” said Christine Mann, President of the Board of Directors of the Peterborough Human Services Fund.  

The donation was made through the Sequoya Technologies Group’s charitable giving initiative, the Sequoya Seeds program. The donation program, founded in 2007, has allowed Sequoya to support several nonprofit organizations throughout the Monadnock region.

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