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NEM in the Community



NEM Donates During the 2014 Holiday Season

North Easton Machine Company collected donations this holiday season for the Town of Easton Food Pantry and the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts. The team at NEM donated many needed items and were able to help out two amazing local programs.To find out more about these programs please see the links below:



NEM Sponsors Easton Youth Soccer League

North Easton Machine Company is proud to announce that we are sponsoring the Easton Youth Soccer League (EYSL) for the Fall of 2014 and for Spring 2015. The mission of the league is the promote the game of soccer in order to help develop player's technical ability, and strive to instill the values of teamwork, self-confidence, dedication and sportsmanship. 


Please click here for more information about the EYSL organization. 



 NEM Supports Student Mission Trip to Uganda

In June 2014, North Easton Machine contributed to a global mission trip sponsored by InterVarsity Christian Fellowship – a team of college students and staff spent one month in Uganda, East Africa, serving the community and sharing love with those in need.  Local student and daughter of NEM’s vice president Paul Diamond, Mikayla Diamond participated in this month-long mission for the second year in a row and was grateful to receive support from NEM to help with her funding.  With her team of both American and Ugandan university students, Mikayla spent four weeks in Northern Uganda at Child Voice International, a Christian organization seeking to bring restoration, healing, and hope to girls and children who have been affected by war.The team spent time building relationships with these girls, learning their way of life, helping take care of their children, praying and worshiping with them, and reaching out to the surrounding community.

  
Mikayla expresses her appreciation for the opportunity to travel to Uganda again, a place where she has experienced deep cross-cultural relationships.  Mikayla wrote in a thank-you letter, “Your support and financial contribution were what made this mission possible…It was a blessing to spend time with the same class of 19 girls (and their children) who I spent time with during my stay at CVI last summer. Upon my arrival, it was evident that the girls have changed and been transformed just over the course of the last year…It was sad to say goodbye to so many girls and children whom I love deeply, yet I have so much peace that God is doing amazing work in each of their lives”. North Easton Machine is glad to have the opportunity, once again, to help fund American college students on their mission to serve those in need in Uganda. 


NEM Sponsors Youth Lacrosse 2014 Season

North Easton Machine Company is proud to announce that we have sponsored the Easton Tigers Youth Lacrosse team for the 2014 season. Easton Tigers Youth Lacrosse is a non-profit organization providing a lacrosse program for girls and boys grades 1-8 in the town of Easton, MA. Their mission is to organize, develop and promote boys and girls youth lacrosse in Easton, Massachusetts and to honor the game by instilling the values of scholastic achievement, sportsmanship, and individual development. 

You can visit their website for more information by clicking here.



         NEM Donates Material to Local Vocational Program

The Precision Machine Technology Program at South Shore Vocational Technical High School has applied for a grant to upgrade their shop equipment. The grant is targeted toward machining for the Life Sciences. North Easton Machine Co., Inc. is proud to support their efforts to raise matching funds for this grant by providing an in kind donation of stainless steel bar stock.  South Shore's shop instructor Gene Hickey wrote to NEM, “I'm sure you can appreciate that we are thrilled to have this donation and will make good use of the raw material in our projects and shop work. Thank you very much.” We wish the staff and students every success!


NEM Sponsors Soccer Team for 2013/2014 Seasons


North Easton Machine Company has sponsored an Easton Youth Soccer team for both the Fall 2013 season and the Spring 2014 season. The Easton Youth Soccer League (EYSL) is a non-profit organization that has been providing youth soccer in Easton since 1976. EYSL serves over 1,000 players, and NEM is proud to help this organization bring team sports to the youth in our community.

You can visit the EYSL website at: 
www.eastonsoccer.com



         NEM Supports Students' Service Trip to Uganda

In June 2013 North Easton Machine contributed to the funding for local student Mikayla Diamond to take a month-long service trip to Uganda. Mikayla, daughter of NEM's vice president Paul Diamond, was part of a service team of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship members, coming together from various schools and regions. The team, comprised of eight American college students and seven Ugandan students, spent five weeks during the summer serving impoverished Ugandan communities. The entire trip was financed through the team’s fundraising efforts, and Mikayla wrote in her thank-you letter, “Not only have you contributed to a life-changing experience in my life, but your support has directly impacted the lives of so many individuals in Uganda as well.” The service team assisted the Ugandan communities in various ways, which included caring for children at a local welfare center, teaching at the primary school, and praying with hospital patients. The students also spent time working at the Lukome Center, a refuge and place of hope for young girls affected by the current war in Uganda.

In sharing her trip with us, Mikayla wrote, “I thank God every day for the opportunity to travel to Uganda… Thank you for your financial support and especially for your prayers for myself, my team, and our mission. I can tell you with certainty that there are many children, families, and individuals who have been blessed with love and deeply impacted thanks to your contribution and prayers.” North Easton Machine is proud to have assisted American college students in traveling across the globe to aid those in need. We are ecstatic to hear about the successes of the trip, and we wish Mikayla and her team the best as they continue to make a difference in the world in such wide-reaching and significant ways!