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.

Lymphoma Walk

More than 80,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with lymphoma each year – that means every seven minutes, someone receives a lymphoma diagnosis. Last year, SIGNET employee Craig Murphy’s wife, Christie, was one of the 80,000. Because of the advancements in...

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The Norwell Council on Aging Annual Veterans Luncheon

November 9, 2018 To honor our local veterans, SIGNET staff (this year: Kelly Clasby, Greg Sparrow, Chantal Keleher, Bill Ainslie, Matt Harkins, Tom Bowder, Gretchen Brousseau, Mike Whitney, Mark Danckert and Becky Rogers) continued their tradition of preparing and...

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Interfaith Social Services’ annual Halloween Costume Drive

October, 2018 This event gives children in need the opportunity to celebrate the popular holiday just like their peers. Thanks to SIGNET’s donation of candy, buckets, and costumes, Interfaith’s Halloween Costume Drive was a huge success! Interfaith's staff and...

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Tour de South Shore

September 22, 2018 Becky Rogers participated in the McCourt Foundation's 2018 Tour de South Shore 50-mile charity ride to help the fight against MS, Alzheimer’s, ALS, and Parkinson’s disease. The ride took Becky through Hingham, Cohasset, Scituate and Norwell.

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Walk for Hunger

May 6, 2018 Katie Marsh joined Project Bread in the 50th Walk for Hunger & 5K Run to raise money to end hunger in Massachusetts. More than 726,000 Massachusetts residents don't always have enough food to eat. Last year, money raised through the Walk supported 263...

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2018 at Interfaith

Another impactful year for Interfaith Social Services: in 2018, thousands of hungry families were fed, and hundreds of local residents received mental health counseling and homelessness prevention assistance. SIGNET is proud to have brought joy…

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Interfaith Social Services

2018: 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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