News & Community Support

News & Community Support: As a local small business, NoWorriesIT believes in reinvesting in the community in two ways: 1) by supporting local vendors for our business needs as much as possible, and 2) by supporting local non-profits that service the needs and education of our citizens.

NoWorriesIT is proud to support the following organizations: The ARC Carroll County; Neighbors In Need, a program of the Human Service Programs of Carroll County; Carroll County Chamber of Commerce; Carroll Community College Foundation; Carroll Tech Council; Carroll County Hospital; Women’s Business Network of Frederick; The Shepherd’s Staff, Shop with a Cop and other community organizations.

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NoWorriesIT Institutes Recycling Computers for Charities Program   >>Learn more about the Recycling Computers for Charities Program here

Since 2011, NoWorriesIT has run a bi-annual, Recycling Computers for Charities program. Through this initiative, we collect and sanitize non-working computers from both local businesses and individuals, which are then taken to a recycling center for a cash rebate. NoWorriesIT matches the cash rebate and donates the total amount to one of two local charities: The Arc of Carroll County or Neighbors in Need, a program of Human Services Programs of Carroll County. In this small way, NoWorriesIT can accomplish two goals: give back to its community and keep unneccessary equipment out of the landfill.

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NoWorriesIT Wins Award from Maryland Recycling Network

On June 20, 2013, NoWorriesIT Marketing Manager, Jean Burgess accepted an award for Extraordinary Achievement from Bob Stumpff of the Maryland Recycling Network for the NoWorriesIT Recycling Computers for Charity program. Awards were distributed during the MRN’s annual conference at the Maritime Institute of Technology in Linthicum, MD.

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Jean Burgess of NoWorriesIT accepts Extraordinary Achievement Award from Bob Stumpff of Maryland Recycling Network on June 20, 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NoWorriesIT Finalist in Maryland Chamber’s Business Breakthrough Award

NoWorriesIT was one of three finalists in the Maryland Chamber of Commerce’s Business Breakthrough Award (1 to 10 employee category). Don McCombie, President of NoWorriesIT, and Jean Burgess, Marketing Manager, attended the luncheon ceremony for all finalists, which took place on June 6, 2013 at Martin’s West in Baltimore, MD. The Business Breakthrough Award recognizes businesses throughout the State of Maryland for their growth, innovation, and community service.

Jean Burgess and Don McCombie at the Maryland Business Breakthrough Awards, June 6, 2013

Jean Burgess and Don McCombie at the Maryland Business Breakthrough Awards, June 6, 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NoWorriesIT Receives Chamber Business Award

On November 8, 2012, NoWorriesIT received an Outstanding Small Business Award from the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce in the 1 to 10 employee category during the 6th annual Business Award program for 2012. Awards in several categories for outstanding contributions to the economy and local community were presented at The Portico of St. John in Westminster during the evening program. The program was sponsored by Baltimore Gas and Electric, Carroll Community Bank and Waste Management.

The NoWorriesIT Team receiving Business Award. Pictured (from left) Chamber president Mike McMullin, Carroll County Commissioner Robin Fraser, NoWorries President Don McCombie, Jean Burgess, Sheila Leone, Rob Moyer, and Carroll County Dept of Economic Development Administrator Jon Weetman.

The NoWorriesIT Team receiving Business Award. Pictured (from left) Chamber president Mike McMullin, Carroll County Commissioner Robin Fraser, NoWorries President Don McCombie, Jean Burgess, Sheila Leone, Rob Moyer, and Carroll County Dept of Economic Development Administrator Jon Weetman.