We Are Proud to Work with Schools and Local, National, and International Non-Profit Associations
Team Members Help Underprivileged Kids During the Holidays
The team members at NewAge Industries contribute to the Toys for Tots program to help needy families and children in our area.
Conducted by the U?S? Marine Corps Reserve, the mission of the program is to collect new, unwrapped toys and distribute them as Christmas gifts to needy children in the local community? The primary goal of Toys for Tots is to deliver, through a shiny new toy at Christmas, a message of hope to needy youngsters that will motivate them to grow into responsible, productive, patriotic citizens and community leaders?
Donations to a Local Food Pantry
Also during the holidays, we organize an annual food drive to help individuals and families who struggle with hunger in the Philadelphia area. Team members donate non-perishable food items which are collected and given to the who distribute meals to local people in need.
Enrichment of a School in Impoverished Cambodia
NewAge has donated over a dozen laptop computers to the Caramanico School in northeast Cambodia.
The school, founded by Anne Marble and Thomas Caramanico in 2006, serves hundreds of students in rural Ratanakiri province. With multiple computers and a solar panel system supplying electricity, the school is able to offer computer instruction classes to aid in the students' education. Visit the school's website at for more information.
Employees Give the Gift of Life
Several times throughout the year, NewAge invites its team members to take an hour of their workday to donate a pint of blood. The American Red Cross sets up a temporary donation site at or near the company's headquarters, allowing NewAge's team to conveniently contribute to the area's blood supply.
Summer Internships Give Students First-Hand Business Insights
Some students at Hatboro-Horsham High School are keeping themselves busy during the summer with its Bridges internship program. Bridges is targeted to juniors and seniors providing opportunities for internships in the professions. This can assist students in deciding which programs to take in college.
A student interested in an internship must complete an application and meet with one of the teachers for an interview. The teachers work with the students to develop their resumes, talk to them about their interests and identify possible placements. A teacher also accompanies each student on interviews with prospective employers.
The internships, which are unpaid, can last between two weeks and six months, and usually take place during the summer. Here at NewAge, interns meet regularly with CEO, Ken Baker, and with company team leaders. They get the opportunity to spend time with team members in various departments and learn about different job responsibilities and requirements.
Bringing the Real Business World Into the Classroom
NewAge Industries works with an educational organization called , which involves businesses with local high schools. Our company's CEO, Ken Baker, truly believes that today's students are tomorrows leaders and generously gives both time and money to both. Ken visits the business classes of our area's two high schools to communicate topics ranging from business ethics to career development and interviewing skills. NewAge also hosts teachers and students at the company's offices where each can learn about educational requirements, job fields in demand, intern opportunities, and the complexities and rewards of operating a business. Partners in Education helps bring the real business world into the classroom.
Supporting School Sports and Music
responds to requests from the athletic
teams of local schools and sports
associations and from school-sponsored
musical groups. The teams and groups ask
businesses for financial support by the
placement of an advertisement in program
books to accompany their events. These
ads remind attendees who NewAge is and
what we do, while helping the kids.
Company Charitable Contributions
NewAge Industries regularly contributes to local and national organizations such as, local libraries, volunteer fire departments, health care centers, food banks, public television stations, and scholarship funds.
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- CHILDHOOD LEUKEMIA FOUNDATION
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