SIGNET Gives Back

SIGNET recognizes that it has a sense of corporate responsibility to the community by donating time and money to worthy charities and by providing a stable source of employment.

At SIGNET our Employee Community Service Committee is cultivated and driven by the company and its employees.  We take great pride in supporting a wide range of charitable organizations throughout New England.  Our Helping Hands make a difference to charities that include:  Interfaith Social Services, Susan G. Komen 3-Day for The Cure, Make A Child Smile Organization, Father Bill’s & Mainspring, Toys for Tots Foundation, American Red Cross, Boston Big Brother Big Sister Foundation, Special Olympics, Dress for Success, Friends of Norwell – Norwell Food Pantry & Closet, Norwell Council on Aging, The Greater Boston Food Bank, Arthritis Foundation, West Side Benevolent Society, and Standish Humane Society.

Norwell Council on Aging Annual Veterans Luncheon

November 2016: A team of SIGNET employees had an opportunity to volunteer at the Norwell Council on Aging (NCOA), by hosting a luncheon on behalf of our local Veterans. Our team consisted of Denise O'Keefe, Sarah LePain, Courtney Matos, Matt Harkins, Mark Danckert,...

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Interfaith Social Services

2015: Since 2014 SIGNET has been a proudly supported Interfaith Social Services. SIGNET employees volunteer the 4th Friday of each month to assist the efforts of the Food Pantry at Interfaith Social Services in Quincy. Volunteers provide quality customer service to...

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Norwell Council on Aging

2013: In typical SIGNET fashion, we have taken a charitable gesture and added tremendous thoughtfulness and value to it. Over the past several months the SIGNET team has provided an assortment of unique luncheons ranging from pork tenderloin to fresh grilled chicken...

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Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure!

August 2012:  SIGNET Electronic Systems, Inc. participated in the 2012 the Susan G. Komen 3-Day™ in Boston, a 60-mile walk benefitting the breast cancer foundation’s advocacy and outreach efforts. SIGNET raised over $23,000, which goes directly to funding community...

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Veterans Cruise in Quincy

July 2011: Veterans Cruise in Quincy SIGNET’s Donna Kenawy and Kelly Peckham volunteered at the Veterans Cruise in Quincy, which took place at the Old Colony Yacht Club. Some of these men and women are hospital bound and very rarely have a chance to leave the...

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Arthritis Foundation

May 2011: One in four people in Massachusetts has doctor-diagnosed “arthritis.” This group spans all ages, genders and races. Arthritis is an umbrella term used to group more than 100 inflammatory medical conditions.  Each arthritis sufferer can gain a wealth of...

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MS New England

May 2011: SIGNET’s Ed Crino has joined up with the Special K’s as they walk in Gardner, MA to aid research efforts in finding a cure and joining the movement to create a world free of Multiple Sclerosis. Every hour of every day, someone is diagnosed with MS.  The...

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