The Luminary Award winning Triangle Chapter of ARMA International is a Not for Profit 501(c)3 organization that has a commitment to providing education and networking opportunities to local Records and Information Management professionals. Our membership is drawn from pharmaceuticals, local and state government, health care, legal, utilities, private businesses, imaging, and document storage just to name a few.
We hold informative monthly meetings from September to May each year on current issues that are affecting the Records and Information Management industry, and provide professional development and networking opportunities to our members and guests.
The ARMA Triangle Chapter proudly supports Haven House Services of North Carolina. Haven House Services strengthens youth and young adults through effective programs, advocacy and community mobilization.
Haven House Services was founded in 1973 to provide community-based services to at-risk youth and their families in Wake County.
Haven House Services grew out of an incident in 1972 that illuminated the
gaps in services for struggling young people in the community. Rev. Al Dimmock, a local pastor, was volunteering in juvenile court when the court faced the case of a young girl who could not go home, was not appropriate for training school, and had no other options.
Please contact Saundra Swain if you would like further information
about our involvement or would like to volunteer at our next philanthropic