In the Community

In the Community

As important to us as the work we do, is the community we live in.  We take great pride in being able to collaborate with the people that we’ve met over the last 20 years; to make Harford County a better place to live and work!

IXI set up a database of local restaurants to provide support during the COVID-19 crisis.  Listings included modified hours, delivery and carryout options and more.  In support of the restaurants & restaurant workers, IXI also set up a Virtual Tip Jar; and designed & sold a “Keep Calm & Carry Out” T-Shirt, to benefit the Community Foundation of Harford County’s “Help Your Neighbor Fund”.

IXI also created  a database of local businesses to help communicate how people could still do business with them during the COVID-19 crisis.  Listings included modified hours, adaptations made for a safer environment, and any other additional information they needed to share.  IXI also created a repository of informational links to help the community find critical resources during the crisis.  (Since removed as the reopening phases progress).

Thank you to everyone that made Lockdown Festival 3 possible!

Together we raised over $18,000 to help those in Harford County struggling with addiction.

Thank you to the wonderfully talented acts that stepped up to participate: InDEADnation, Dennis Schocket and The 1974, Whistler Road, SuzieMac, Glenn Workman, Ben Sherman & Friends, The Old Part Of Town, Edward J. Neenan, Rob Davis, Mike McIntyre & Michael Miltenberger (The Hamilton Four), Ashley Kutcher, Community Cigarette, The Adulting Rejects, Tidewater Adams and Transcendent Sound Immersion

Thank you for the generosity of all of the donors, and our sponsors: Manor Foundation, Klein’s Shoprite, APGFCU, Altus Engineering Company, American Design and Build, Frederick Ward Associates, Rosemary & Frank Hajek, Tom & Betsy Galbreath, Craig Ward & Terri Garland, DiPaula law, Bradley Atlantic Insurance Management, Harford Retirement Planners, Hinder Ford Inc., Tom Wagner & Associates, Organic Lawns, Shaffer, TENAX Technologies, McLaughlin & Stover, LLC and WHGM!

Thank you to Laurrapin Caters and River City Public House for feeding the starving artists and starving artists at heart.

And most of all — thank you to Char Hope Foundation and Addiction Connections Resource for helping our friends and neighbors on the road to recovery. (And congratulations to the young women of Char Hope — and thank you for coming out and sharing your stories.)

Stay tuned for what’s next …

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