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An Inspiring Day with Microsoft at the George Hull Centre

I have never been more proud to be a part of an organization than I have as part of the Perficient team at Microsoft’s 2016 Worldwide Partner Conference.
On the first day, we sponsored and participated in Microsoft’s community outreach event in support of the George Hull Centre for Children and Families. The non-profit charitable organization is one of Ontario’s leading multidisciplinary, innovative children’s mental health centers.
We were honored to be one of only four partners to work with Microsoft to donate, deliver, and set up PCs, TVs, Xboxes, and Surfaces for the Hull Centre houses.
Perficient's Microsoft team at the George Hull Centre
VIDEO: Get a behind-the-scenes look at the community outreach event at the George Hull Centre. 
Tony Pagnusat, National Alliance Director at Perficient, and Christopher Wagner, Alliance Manager at Perficient, were the driving forces behind getting us involved in the outreach event. They spent the day upgrading the center’s sorely-needed technology, which is being used to help children and families learn, study, relax, and recover.
We were later honored in front of all the Microsoft Enterprise Group team and worldwide enterprise partners for the work that Perficient delivers across all three Microsoft regions in the U.S.
I had a chance to speak with a couple of the folks from the George Hull Centre, and they told me personally that this meant a ton to them. It made me so proud to be a part of Perficient and Microsoft and to be able to participate in this outreach event.
George Hull Project awards
Tony and Christopher are pictured center in gray shirts in this group photo:

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