DEPCOM Power Donates $10,000 to The Arc New London County

Norwich, CT – DEPCOM Power, a utility solar engineering, procurement and construction company based in Scottsdale, AZ, has donated $10,000 to The Arc New London County’s vocational/employment training program for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). Funds will be used to offset expansion costs at the cookie production component of The Arc’s Culinary Arts program. The Arc’s “Classic Crunch” cookies are sold in area stores including Shop Rite, and are proving so popular that the agency is hoping to purchase a commercial oven to keep up with demand.
DEPCOM Power is currently overseeing construction of a 200-acre solar array in neighboring Sprague, CT.
For every project DEPCOM constructs, a portion of the company’s profits are donated to deserving local, regional and global causes. To date, DEPCOM has contributed more than $1 million to help support those who are in need. DEPCOM focuses its philanthropic efforts on helping veterans, children and families in need, hunger / homelessness, and alternative energy projects.
“Giving back to the communities where we work and live is a core value at DEPCOM Power. With our donation, we hope The Arc’s training and baking programs can continue to grow and impact deserving community members,” said Byron Lamon, DEPCOM’s Director of Project Management.
For more information on The Arc’s vocational/employment programs, the cookie production facility, or the Employment Transition Center’s other micro-enterprises, please contact Penny Newbury at (860) 889-4435, ext. 103.

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