Bolt Depot believes in giving back to our community. We are proud to work with groups who use our fasteners in science and engineering education. Bolt Depot is also proud to sponsor and participate in local events.
The Pappalardo Lab provides hands on training to young engineers in the art of machine tool technology and the craft of prototype development. In partnership with Bolt Depot, the Pappalardo Lab recrafted the core curriculum of fastener training to better inform smart design and fabrication solutions.
Bolt Depot is a trusted partner to The Pappalardo Lab, and supplies fasteners and educational resources to students.
The SAE Mini-Baja program provides hands on experience for engineering students. Bolt Depot supports the Northeastern University Mini-Baja team with the donation of fasteners and bolt bins.
Each winter, many of our employees and their families participate in the 24-hour ski event at King Pine Ski Area. Cynthia’s Challenge was created in an effort to help ease the financial burden of children and their families encountering the staggering expenses associated with specialty medical needs. King Pine Ski Area supports Cynthia’s Challenge by hosting a 24 hour ski-a-thon with the support of local business and the community.
Each year, Bolt Depot provides the Boston South Shore PMC Kids Ride with attractions for the riders which range in age from 3-18. Many of our employees donate their time and services to the event, which raises money for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute through its Jimmy Fund.
Additionally, several Bolt Depot employees’ children enthusiastically participate in the ride itself raising money via their own efforts leading up to the event.
Bolt Depot always has the fastener needs of the bikers on hand if any repairs are needed.
Bolt Depot has been an exhibitor and sponsor of the Taste of Hingham local fair and food festival.
Bolt Depot is a corporate level sponsor of the Friends of Wompatuck State Park organization, working to preserve, maintain and improve the experience for visitors to the local state park.