Strategic Pro-Bono Activities | Argopoint

Argopoint takes its role as a member of the larger community seriously. Our headquarters is located in Boston and we take pride in our efforts to contribute.

Our Community

Argopoint takes its role as a member of the larger community seriously. Our headquarters are located in the historic Beacon Hill neighborhood of Boston and we take pride in our efforts to contribute to its vibrant environment and culture. We encourage our people to utilize their personal and professional skills to help implement a positive impact both locally and on a larger, global scale.

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Argopoint colleagues demonstrate a commitment to the community by participating in "skill-based" volunteering. Within our firm, we have established forums for members of our team to share best-practices learned from their work with non-profits and community organizations. We make it a point to highlight corporate involvement during our firm-wide events, emphasizing the importance of developing long-standing relationships with community organizations that promote education, culture and well-being. These areas both complement our natural skill set and help build a sustainable community. We support numerous organizations that continue to share our values of diversity, intellectual achievement, personal integrity and social consciousness.

Argopoint and our people value the goals of, and are committed to, supporting the following social service organizations:

  • Beacon Hill Civic Association
  • Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Museum of Fine Arts – Boston
  • Boston Public Library Foundation
  • Harvard College Alumni Association
  • Harvard Business Alumni Association
  • American Red Cross
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Belmont Hill School
  • Junior League of Boston
  • Jimmy Fund
  • Unicef
Clock, street light, brick, Beacon Hill, Charles street meeting house
The real development I’ve seen of people in organizations comes from their being volunteers in a nonprofit organization—where you have responsibility, you see results, and you quickly learn what your values are.
— Peter F. Drucker, Leading 20th Century Management Thinker
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