Small Dog Electronics will donate $14,466 to the Vermont Foodbank as a result of its holiday giving effort during December. The certified Apple Specialist donated 1% of every purchase to three non-profit organizations – one in each of the states where Small Dog has a retail store, which includes Vermont, New Hampshire, and their newest location in Key West, Florida.

Small Dog Electronics' Holiday Giving Program Nets $14k for the Vermont Foodbank

Pictured in photo (l-r): Stephani Kononan, Marketing & Promotions Manager, Vermont Foodbank, Christine Foster, Chief Development Officer, Vermont Foodbank, Judy Stermer, Director of Communications & Public Affairs, Vermont Foodbank, and Kali Hilke, Director of Marketing, Small Dog Electronics.

“Small Dog’s holiday promotion demonstrates their statewide commitment to supporting people in need,” said John Sayles, CEO of the Vermont Foodbank.  “Customers appreciate and value a business that gives back to their communities, and the 43,000 meals this gift helps to provide gives hope to those struggling with food hardship.”

Vermont Foodbank is the state’s largest hunger-relief organization, serving Vermont through a network of 270 food shelves, meal sites, shelters, senior centers and youth programs. In FY2013, the Vermont Foodbank distributed nearly 8.2 million pounds of food to thousands of Vermonters.

Charitable giving is an integral part of Small Dog’s corporate social mission. “We’re thrilled to have helped the Vermont Foodbank, the Manchester (NH) Animal Shelter, and the Florida Keys SPCA,” says Don Mayer, CEO of Small Dog Electronics. “Helping those in need is what the holiday season is really all about.”

About Small Dog Electronics
Small Dog Electronics, New England’s top Apple Specialist, was founded in 1994 by the father-and-son team of Don and Hapy Mayer. Small Dog has been nationally recognized as a socially and environmentally responsible company and employer. For more information about Small Dog Electronics and their five Apple-certified service and retail locations, visit or find them on Twitter at or on Facebook at

Small Dog Electronics' Holiday Giving Program Nets $14k for the Vermont Foodbank