TECHNICALLY CREATIVE IS COMMITTED TO HELPING OUR COMMUNITY GROW AND PROSPER.  EACH YEAR, WE ASSIST LOCAL NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS AND SCHOOLS WORKING TO MAKE THE COMMUNITY WE SHARE BETTER PLACES TO LIVE AND WORK.  TAKE A LOOK AT SOME OF OUR FAVORITE INITIATIVES.

Food for Kids - Feeding Our Future One Backpack at a Time

Technically Creative, Inc. is proud to support Food for Kids.

Food for Kids is a non-profit organization developed by the Washingtonville local community. Their purpose is to supply children in need in the Washingtonville Central School District with easy-to-prepare food for weekends during the school year with an extension of the program to weekdays during the summer months.

Port Jervis Soap Box Derby

Soap Box: Port Jervis

The Soap Box Derby® is an international nonprofit organization.

The Soap Box Derby’s mission is to build knowledge and character, and to create meaningful experiences through collaboration and fair and honest competition.

The Port Jervis Soap Box Derby has a strong history of bringing the community together for a fun-filled day and a family-friendly event. That history lives on as each year passes and the derby grows to what is now the third largest soap box derby in the world! From 1937 to the present day, this local event has been centered on three important components… kids, fun, and speed!

If you’d like to find out more information about the Soap Box Derby and how you can participate, you can find the details here.

Little Britain's Art Expo

Little Britain Art Expo

Art: Something that is created with imagination and skill and that is beautiful or that expresses important ideas or feelings.

Technically Creative is proud to support The Little Britain Art Expo. The Art Expo is an annual exhibit that showcases the Art, Music and Theater talents of local elementary students. This annual event features a student art gallery, live music by the elementary band members & chorus, as well as theater performances. National Art Honor Society students from the High school also provide demonstrations of various Art techniques and special talents.

It’s a fun family event for everyone.

Danielle Amatulli, Founder and Director of Business Operations at the Art Expo.

Danielle Amatulli, Founder & Director of Business Operations, enjoying the Art Expo.

Code of Vets

Technically Creative is proud to support and hire Veterans. We have worked closely with Code of Vets.

Code of Vets supports and values brave veterans!  They bring awareness and seek practical solutions for the day-to-day struggles and issues of our veteran community.  Their mission is to be a powerful voice speaking for the rights of veterans with honor, dignity and respect.  

To read more success stories or learn about Code of Vets you can visit their website. If you’d like to donate to this cause please click here.

Technically Creative supports St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital

Another cause that is important to Technically Creative is St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

St. Jude’s mission is to advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment. Consistent with the vision of our founder Danny Thomas, no child is denied treatment based on race, religion or a family’s ability to pay.

If you want to join Technically Creative in supporting this worthy cause, you can donate here.

Kyle Honan Heart to Heart Foundation

Technically Creative recognizes the importance of youth sports and competing in a safe environment with proper medical equipment on hand. 

The Kyle Honan Heart to Heart Foundation works with our local schools to provide AED machines for the school and all sports programs. They also provide cardiac screenings, scholarships, lobbies and provides financial assistance to those with cardiac, asthma or autism related medical bills.

If you’d like to join Technically Creative in supporting this worthy cause, you can donate here.

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Hudson Valley Tech Fest

Technically Creative’s very own CEO and Director of Business Operations, Danielle Amatulli, has been asked to share her experiences at HVTech Fest.

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