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NeoNova Cares

NeoNova Cares is the philanthropic arm of the company and is active throughout the year supporting the local community. Our integrated program of product, time and equity remains an integral part of NeoNova’s business and partnering strategy in the community. The company also remains committed to donating 1% of its employees’ time annually to a non-profit venture of their choice.

Here are some examples of our good work:

Habitat for Humanity of Wake County

NeoNova began working with Habitat for Humanity of Wake County in 2011. NeoNova CEO Ray Carey joined with other participating CEOs by rolling up their sleeves and framing a new home for a family in Apex during Habitat for Humanity of Wake County’s CEO Build 2013. The team again helped construct a new home for a family in 2014. Over the years, NeoNova and its employees have provided thousands of dollars in corporate gifts, in-kind services, and employee “sweat equity” during the organization’s annual company “Habitat Build” workday every May.

2014 Build

Habitat Wake 2013

2013 Build

Habitat Wake 2013

The Spokes Group Charleston

Through the NeoNova Cares program, more children are now riding new bicycles in the Lowcountry of South Carolina. Since 1994, The Spokes Group has given away 18,602 bicycles to children. The Spokes Group Charleston, S.C. Chapter was founded in 2010 by two Charleston-area families to expand the group’s mission of providing bicycles to underprivileged young people in the greater Charleston area. Thanks to NeoNova’s recent contribution during a team-building exercise at the NeoNova University – Affiliate Summit in October 2014, Spokes Group Charleston is now 10 more bicycles closer to their Christmas goal of 200 this year. Hope Caldwell, co-founder of The Spokes Group Charleston, said the organization has helped thousands of citizens make a connection with thousands of children and thanked the NeoNova team  for their hard work and dedication to The Spokes Group Charleston and the children it serves. “Without generous hearts like yours,” she said, “our work would not be possible.”


Kramden Institute

NeoNova participates in the Kramden Institute’s Geek-A-Thon every year. A Geek-A-Thon is Kramden Institute’s method for streamlining the process of computer refurbishing. While PCs can be refurbished individually, at a Geek-A-Thon, hundreds of PCs are in need of refurbishing and it takes between 150-200 volunteers working in shifts to meet goals. On top of providing volunteers with the expertise to perform such tasks, NeoNova also gives monetary support, other corporate gifts, and in-kind support year-round.

Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center

Neonova has been a regular supporter of the Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center, providing homemade meals to the families of children in the pediatric bone marrow transplant unit the first Monday of every month. In 2013, Velocity, NeoNova’s customer help desk team, raised $1,000 on behalf of the family support center through an online “No-Shave November” promotion, where team members didn’t shave for the entire month. Upon reaching the $1,000 mark, several NeoNova managers also committed to shave their heads at the official “Shave Off” event, shown live online via Google Hangout. The team will again participate in No-Shave November in 2014.


Being a good corporate citizen and being of service to others is at the heart of our business culture. Our reservoir of goodwill provides meaningful assistance to those in the community who need it the most.

Some examples of how some of NeoNova’s employees have given back in the last year:

  • “I serve on the Board of Directors for Clean Jordan Lake, a non-profit committed to restoring Jordan Lake to a healthy and vibrant aquatic North Carolina resource by removing trash from the shoreline and preventing its recurrence.” – Van Murray (NeoNova Director of Cloud Services)
  • “I drove to Fayetteville, NC with my daughter to donate bikes and helmets to The Bicycle Man, who refurbishes bikes and donates them to kids in need.”
  • “I volunteered at Bridge II Sports, which is a group that helps disabled kids get involved in sports and athletic activities.”
  • “I volunteered at Highcroft Drive Elementary School for the Harvest Festival,  making sure the families had a fun and safe day!”
  • “We participated in the Tuna Run 200, a relay race from Raleigh, NC to Atlantic Beach, NC.  This overnight 200 mile relay raises money to protect the Crystal Coast!”