Consolidated Communications Announces Community Grants

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Published: March 27, 2020
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The Consolidated Communications Community Fund of the Mankato Area Foundation awards $141,000 in grants to 20 local non-profit organizations across the company’s southern Minnesota service area. Consolidated’s Community Fund focuses its support on local programs that meet critical community needs, such as hunger and homelessness, along with initiatives that provide opportunities for innovative education and learning.

 Grants this year are being awarded to the following organizations:

             Minnesota State University – Scholarships; $15,000

            Committee Against Domestic Abuse – Direct assistance program; $10,000

             ECHO Food Shelf – Dairy products for children; $10,000

             Educare Foundation – Foundation grants; $10,000

             Feeding Our Community Partners – Backpack food program and power pack program; $10,000

             Mankato Youth Place – First hour program; $10,000

             Partners for Affordable Housing – Emergency shelter program support; $10,000

             South Central College – Scholarships; $10,000

             Junior Achievement – Titan business challenge and entrepreneurial programs; $10,000

             Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota – STEM powered play and learning; $5,000

             Greater Mankato Diversity Council – Promoting respect workshops; $5,000

             Leisure Education for Exceptional People (LEEP) – Athletics programs; $5,000

             Life-Work Planning Center – Women in transition program; $5,000

             MRCI WorkSource– Miles of opportunities transportation program; $5,000

             VINE – Learning opportunities for aging adults; $5,000

             YWCA – Girls on the run program; $5,000

             Bethlehem Inn – Transitional housing for women and children; $3,000

            Lake Crystal Recreation Center – Youth to senior program; $3,000

             Ruth’s House of Hope – Emergency and transitional shelter program; $3,000

             FarmAmerica – Technology and agriculture education programs; $1,000

             Twin Valley Council – Summer camp and new member recruiting; $1,000

 

“Consolidated Communications has been connecting people and building strong communities for more than 125 years,” said Jennifer Spaude, senior vice president of corporate communications and investor relations. “The Community Fund exemplifies a core value of the company and we are pleased to continue this legacy as we support and invest in local non-profits that meet critical needs and make the communities we serve in southern Minnesota vibrant and stronger.”

 Consolidated Communications Community Fund grants are awarded on an annual basis through a grant application process. Grant requests for the next fiscal year will open in early fall and are due Dec. 1, 2020.

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