Segue Donates Used Technological Hardware to Arlington Nonprofits through TMI Initiative

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This past Spring, Segue Technologies® donated an estimated $10,500 worth of technology to local organization Technology Management Initiative (TMI) to benefit Arlington area nonprofits.

Technology Management, Inc. and the Arlington Community Foundation teamed up to launch the Technology Management Initiative, which helps nonprofits that serve Arlington become more efficient, more effective, and greener by providing donations of used computers and other technological hardware.

The items Segue donated were refurbished by TMI and then donated to the Educational Theatre Company, Year Up, and the Washington Humane Society.

“We are extremely excited about the new TMI initiative as our donation will positively impact the efficiency of numerous non-profits in the Arlington community, said Ron Novak, Segue’s Executive Vice President of Commercial/Non-profit programs. I am also impressed with how quickly TMI and ACF were able to transition the equipment into service. The responsiveness of those involved is quite refreshing.”

“I am very proud and honored to thank TMI’s strategic partner and long-time Chamber friend, Segue Technologies for its very generous donation,” said David Isaacson, Founder of the TMI Initiative of Arlington. “Their donation will help dozens of needy non-profit organizations in our community. They have been a pillar of the Arlington community and we could not be more thankful for their donation.”

If you are a business looking to donate used technology, please contact the TMI Initiative team at Additionally, nonprofits interested in being considered for a grant, please contact the TMI Initiative at