Employee Volunteerism

At Consolidated Communications, we pride ourselves on our long-standing tradition of giving back to the communities we serve. Our dedicated employees give of their time and talent by volunteering with a wide variety of programs and organizations that make a difference and strengthen local communities. Every year, employees at Consolidated Communications volunteered thousands of hours, supporting the community by volunteering for a wide variety of organizations, programs and initiatives.

We believe contributions of time are just as important as financial gifts and are proud to support employees who dedicate their time to serving the community. Together, we are committed to strengthening the communities we serve and improving the quality of life for our friends and neighbors.


2018 Community Service Award Winners

Each year Consolidated Communications recognizes employees who are making a difference in the communities we serve with a Community Service Award. We are proud to recognize employees who are committed to corporate stewardship and support the communities where we do business.

WEB - Mankato - Bishop

Shannon B.
Minnesota

Shannon volunteers with Mending Spirits, an animal rescue organization and has fostered many animals in her home. Shannon patiently works with the animals, getting them both physically and emotionally ready for adoption. She also performs home visits for potential adoptive families, transports animals and serves as a board member.

 

WEB - Portland - Clements

Doug C.
Maine

Doug volunteers at the Vineyard Church of Greater Portland Food Pantry, which provides 4,000 pounds of food each week to 100 families. He also coordinates Thanksgiving boxes through the Food Pantry, putting together 150 boxes with all of the fixings for a complete Thanksgiving meal.

 

WEB - California - Dapore

Wendy D.
California

Wendy volunteers with NorCal Bully Breed Rescue and the Best Friends Animal Society where she fosters dogs and works to get them ready for adoption. She also organizes monthly adoption events, coordinates fundraising events and works with adoptive families, making home visits and providing education on animal adoption.

 

WEB - Manchester - Larsson 2

Bettyjean L.
  New Hampshire

Bettyjean is active with the Special Olympics, participating for many years in the Penguin Plunge, which has helped to raise thousands of dollars for the organization. She also volunteers her time to train athletes, spending countless hours and Saturday mornings with her Special Olympics team.

 

WEB - Manchester - Metcalf

Ann M.
  New Hampshire

Ann volunteers with her local Hospice program, spending time offering comfort and support to Hospice patients and their families. Whether it’s talking, reading or just spending time, Ann’s caring nature brings comfort in a time of need.

 

WEB - CONROE - Musgrove

Charlie M.
  Texas

Charlie volunteers with the Montgomery County Fair Association, planning the yearly event that draws 60,000 attendees and requires 650 volunteers to support the 10-day long festivities. Charlie also helps to raise more than $750,000 each year to support youth through fair activities and scholarships.