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United Way, nTelos partner to donate flat screen TVs to non-profits


united-way-of-greater-augusta2United Way of Greater Augusta assisted nTelos is distributing flat screen TV’s to community non-profits.

nTelos contacted the United Way to help get flat screen TVs into non-profits across the Greater Augusta region to have the largest impact. United Way contacted local non-profits from various sectors. The non-profits submitted requests on the use of the TVs, and selection was made based on impact and the varied populations that could be affected by this donation.

The TVs will serve in educating, informing, entertaining, and training members of the community from infants to seniors in the areas of academics, health, finance, history. Theatre, art, safety and community services.

About United Way of Greater Augusta

United Way of Greater Augusta is part of a national network of more than 1,300 locally governed organizations that work to create lasting positive changes in communities and people’s lives. Building on more than a century of service as the nation’s preeminent community-based fundraiser, United Way engages the community to identify the underlying causes of the most significant local issues, develops strategies and pulls together financial and human resources to address them, and measures the results. United Way of Greater Augusta tackle issues based on local needs.  Common focus areas include helping children and youth succeed, improving access to health care, promoting self-sufficiency, and strengthening families. For more information about United Way of Greater Augusta, please visit: www.unitedwayga.org



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