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More Than $6,000 Donated to Local Non-Profits


We hosted representatives from local mid-Missouri non-profit agencies on Thursday, February 2, to pass out some checks through Socket's Honest to Goodness Charity Donation Program.
 
This fourth round of donations totaled $6,171.85 in donations for 73 charitable organizations, bringing the total for the past two years to more than $18,000.
 
Through the program, customers of Socket's Home Phone + Internet bundles in Columbia and Jefferson City can designate a local charity to receive 5% of their bill for their first year of service. Donations are distributed twice per year.
 
We're so excited to see what these non-profit organizations can do for our community with these funds. Thanks to our customers for joining with us to give back to the community through this program!
 
To learn more about the Honest to Goodness Program, including a list of top-earning charities for this round of donations, please visit www.socket.net/homephone/charities.
 
Local non-profit representatives receive donations from Socket.
Attendees at the event included (from left): Stephanie Rosskopf with Socket, Alexis Hildebrand with Socket, Colin LaVaute with the Central Missouri Humane Society, Fran Washington with the Assistance League of Mid-MO, Chad McMinn with the Rainbow House, Georgalu Swoboda with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central MO, Nancy Smith with Boys & Girls Club of Columbia, Marissa Todd with the Alzheimer's Association-Mid MO Chapter, Gretchen Roberts with Children's Miracle Network, Barb King with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Mid-MO, Ron Schmidt with Voluntary Action Center, David Holtgraewe with the Heart of Missouri United Way, Marcia Walker with Meals on Wheels and Tia Stratman with Socket.

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