It’s our commitment and promise to help the community where we live and work. Our founders and technicians all come from the Middletown, RI area. We provide great service because it’s important to being apart of the community around the Aquidneck Centre. However, we are committed to donations to local charities and schools because it makes our community stronger.
With your business, we can help make this community stronger. Here are some of the charities that we want to highlight so you know where your money goes when you purchase products and services from Flint Audio Video.
Portsmouth Patriots Football Team
High school sports really matters to the community and its families. Portsmouth is one of our close-to-home charities. We support their athletics team by being there in person and supplying help for equipment, uniforms, and traveling expenses. We want our Portsmouth Patriots to be the best that they can be. Would you like to see where your purchases go? Check out the Portsmouth football team page here: https://portsmouthfootball.org/donations.
Rogers High School Athletics
Another local high school organization that we support is Rogers High SChool. Their athletics team in Newport receives donations to support their student athletes. These Vikings are able to do more with better equipment and help from the community. In the past years, we’ve been able to help the team with better uniforms, training equipment, and facility improvements. You can see what you support by visiting Rogers High School Athletic page: https://www.npsri.net/rhs
Heart and Sole Walk for Animals
Each year, the Heart and Sole Walk for Animals helps generate a lot of visibility for homeless animals in Newport County. The Potter League cares for over 2,000 homeless animals. Each year, walkers head out around Glen Park, partake in pet contests, and support local vendors and sponsors. Flint Audio Video is proud to be one of the sponsors for this local tradition and charity.
Seaman’s Church Institute
The mariners in the Rhode Island area have a lot going on. With the El Faro relief fund, we aimed to help the Seaman’s Church Institute by donating to the families who were affected by the shipwreck. There were 33 families who lost people when the El Faro capsized. Many of the crew members were engineers, stewards, cooks, seamen, and oil maintenance workers. We appreciate the efforts of the Seaman’s Church Institute and hope that the families are able to recover some of what was lost.