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A child’s wish is a Noble Cause.

Ten year-old Avery got to meet the creator of “Halo” action figures. Diego, 8, can now play games and read on his own Microsoft® tablet. Wishes like these mean the world to a child.

For four years, Insight’s Noble Cause program has supported such wishes through the Make-A-Wish Foundation, as well as provided funds to Ronald McDonald House and the Boys & Girls Clubs. 

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There is no greater gift than an education.

Each year Insight and several partners team up with the Arizona Diamondbacks to reward underprivileged children who are academically exceeding. Through the Helios Foundation, these children have received full-ride scholarships to the Arizona university of their choice.

And due to the generosity of our partners, we have been able to provide them the technology they need as they head off to school in the fall.

"Insight teammates do more than work in our communities. We support local children, schools and charitable initiatives, and we do all we can to be good citizens and generous neighbors."

— Steve Dodenhoff, President, Insight U.S.

"Insight teammates do more than work in our communities. We support local children, schools and charitable initiatives, and we do all we can to be good citizens and generous neighbors."

— Steve Dodenhoff, President, Insight U.S.

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Compassion close to home

From Boston and Montreal to Spokane and Tempe, Insight teammates fund mentor programs, equip computer labs, pack food boxes and provide scholarships in the communities in which we work and live.

"Part of the reason we lose students in STEM is because they don’t quite see its relevance in real life. … Baseball makes that translation very easy."

— Ricardo Valerdi, Ph.D., Director, Arizona Diamondbacks Science of Baseball Program

"Part of the reason we lose students in STEM is because they don’t quite see its relevance in real life. … Baseball makes that translation very easy."

— Ricardo Valerdi, Ph.D., Director, Arizona Diamondbacks Science of Baseball Program

STEM Day Recap 2015

A new pitch for science and math

Tomorrow’s innovations begin in today’s classrooms, where students first encounter Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) courses. The Diamondbacks Science of Baseball Program, sponsored by Insight, shows teachers how to use baseball to make STEM lessons come alive.

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Assisting kids and families

Every summer, Insight teammates hold raffles, stage events and donate generously to support the food drives, and housing and learning initiatives of the Valley of the Sun United Way.

"When we reach out and help young people grow, learn and realize their dreams — that’s the best possible legacy we can offer the future."

— Ken Lamneck, President and CEO, Insight Enterprises

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"When we reach out and help young people grow, learn and realize their dreams — that’s the best possible legacy we can offer the future."

— Ken Lamneck, President and CEO, Insight Enterprises