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Tekcetera celebrates milestone anniversary with community outreach

The Santa Ana-based technology company plans to give back to the community

by Kirsti CorreaPublished: February 02, 2012 12:05 PM

In order to commemorate a decade of providing hardware, software and support technology services to Orange County, Tekcetera has launched a ten-month program to give back to the community.

“Our 10 Months of Giving Thanks initiative is not out of the ordinary for the Tekcetera team,” said Tekcetera President John Pitts. “We have spent the past decade giving back, but for the next 10 months, we’ll give thanks as a team of one, with our managers, staff and family members.”

The initiative will begin this month with a toy drive to benefit children with cancer. During the week of Feb. 20, Tekcetera will deliver toys to children at local hospitals. The final event will be a reception to conclude the program around Thanksgiving.  

On top of the toy drive, other possible events over the next ten months will include serving food at local shelters, participating in beach clean-up efforts, sending care packages to military troops and hosting free computer-training workshops.

“Tekcetera is proud to be in this position after 10 years in business and we look forward to the next 10 months and beyond of thanking the Orange County community that has supported us over the years,” said Pitts.

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