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 thousands of hours every year with a wide variety of programs and organizations that make a difference and strengthen local communities. 

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.

2020 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.


Jane M.
New Hampshire

Jane uses her creative talents to help her community and inspires others to do the same. A seasoned quilter and gifted crochet artist, she has produced beautiful, practical gifts for two communities in need: veterans and young mothers. Over the years, Jane and her crafting group have lovingly made hats, mittens and quilts to provide for the tangible and emotional needs of these two often-isolated communities.


Pam L.

Pam regularly gives her time, talent and resources to enhance her community. Her volunteer efforts include coaching YWCA’s Girls on the Run – empowering youth to reach their full potential, working with SCORE – helping young and first time entrepreneurs accomplish their goals, working with her church’s youth group, serving on the board of South Central College Foundation and more. Her tireless efforts serve as a shining example to those around her.


Mitch P.
New Hampshire

Mitch understands the importance of service. He’s dedicated more than a decade to Knights of Columbus, volunteers as many as 30 hours a week, and works hard to raise funds for a wide variety of nonprofit organizations. With as many long hours as Mitch puts in at work and in the community, his joyful disposition never fails. Ask how his day is going, and his response is known to be a joyful, “Unbelievable!”



Shelia T.

Shelia is always looking for ways to give back to her community. She’s an avid volunteer for Special Olympics, Montgomery County Food Bank, and Lions Club. She’s the first to raise her hand and offer help for community events, company activities, and helping out those around her. Shelia is known for spending any and all free time in service to others.


Robert W.

Robert’s work has been integral to launching a food pantry within his church. After several years of providing Thanksgiving dinners, school supplies and work projects for those in need, the pantry launched a year-round support program in June 2019. The program started small, providing food to five local families each week, within three months, they were serving more than 50 families. Robert’s work in fulfilling a deep need is an inspiration to his colleagues.