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. In 2015, employees at Consolidated Communications volunteered more than 37,000 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.

2016 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.

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Chris C.

Chris serves his community through the Volunteers in Police Services Program (VIPS),  where he dedicates countless hours directing patrols, assisting with crowd control and organizing police volunteers during community events.

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Greg H.

Greg has volunteered for the Boy Scouts of America for more than 23 years, lending his scouting expertise and helping scouts build character and learn about the responsibilities of citizenship. He’s also served on the local board for 13 years.

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Jerry W.

Jerry has served the Mattoon Junior Football League for 18 years, spending countless hours coordinating board meetings, practices, camps and fundraisers to provide opportunity and a great experience for young athletes.

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Ken R.

Ken works tirelessly each holiday season volunteering for the One Stop Community Christmas and serving the on the executive board. He devotes many hours ensuring children and families have toys and gifts to open during the holidays.

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Lori B.

Lori is passionate about serving her community and spends much of her time volunteering at the Mattoon Area P.A.D.S. in the kitchen, in addition to leading the dart tent every year at the Special Olympics Family Festival.

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Lori W.

Lori volunteers much of her time for the Special Olympics Family Festival in addition to the One Stop Community Christmas. Lori also shares her passion of cooking with organizations by making meals for fundraisers and for families at her church.

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Matt V.

Matt has volunteered as an inner-city youth baseball coach for 15 years and a youth softball coach for 4 years. Matt not only teaches the fundamentals of the game, but is also a role model and mentor for the kids.