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.

2019 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.


Laura D.

Laura volunteers with several organization in Mattoon, including Operation Honor Guard, the Pioneer Club and has spent many years serving as the long-term secretary of the Special Olympics Family Festival. Laura’s magnetic personality brings cheer to all that she does and her commitment to the community makes a difference!


Sean G.
New Hampshire

Sean volunteers with the Salvation Army in New Hampshire, sharing his time and talents to support several fundraising initiatives, including a Chili Cookoff, the Food Pantry, the Holiday Angels Gift Program and red kettle bell ringing during the holiday season. Sean is also a registered driver and operates Salvation Army vehicles.


Jonell R.

Jonell volunteers with Genesis Animal Rescue – an organization dedicated to the immediate rescue, rehabilitation and adoption of animals in need. Jonell can often be found working fundraising events, coordinating foster homes and facilitating adoptions. She’s even helped many of her co-workers to adopt pets!



Kendall S.
New Hampshire

Kendall volunteers with his local Cub Scout Pack – participating in many activities and events that provide support not just locally, but that benefit the Boy Scouts organization overall. Kendall is devoted to the Cub Scouts program and its mission of helping kids grow into their very best future selves.


Sheila T.

Sheila volunteers with many local organizations, including the Montgomery County Fair Association, Meals on Wheels, the Lions Club and more. One of Sheila’s passions is her involvement in Project Mentor where she spends time mentoring an at-risk student every week.