Community Outreach

We are committed to serving our clients and our community.

Along with our core values, Providence’s culture is about giving back to our community. Through charitable donations, participation in various walks, and public education, we strive to make an impact. Our staff is always pursuing new ways to stay involved in the Lansing area. See below a few of our initiatives.

Feed back with Feedback


We have partnered with the Lansing charity, Homeless Angels, with our campaign Feed Back with Feedback! For each submission of feedback we receive on our support request tickets from 09/01/2018 – 09/01/2019, Providence will donate $5.00 to help provide meals and shelter for those in need in our local community.

Cyber Security Awareness Month


We are committed to educating the public about the importance of Cyber Security. We offer Cyber Security training and courses to our clients. However, we know that this needs to be a continuous conversation for everyone. The month of October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. All month long, Providence will post educational blogs on our social media in an effort to educate the public as best as we can. To help us spread the word, we have created a sweepstakes with incredible prizes!

Walk to End Alzheimer’s

On 09/23/2018, members of our Providence team participated in Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. This inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to join the fight against the disease! Our staff walked 2 miles around downtown Lansing.

Check out the video!

2018 Washington, DC Silkie Hike

Our Cyber Security Manager, Chuck is participating in the 2018 Irreverent Warriors Silkies Hike in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, October 13th. Chuck is a 21-year retired Marine Captain. The Irreverent Warriors Silkies hikes are a series of events across the nation designed to PREVENT veteran suicide by bringing veterans together using humor and camaraderie to heal the mental wounds of war through therapeutic events and entertainment.

Chuck will be hiking 22 kilometers with 22 kilograms of weight to represent the 22 veterans who commit suicide each day. Stay tuned for a video and blog from Chuck discussing what this hike means to him.