Bowling Green, KY. (August 15, 2018) – Meet our Director of Engineering and Technical Services, Chip Spann. Spann does work nationwide for Connected Nation, but doesn’t forget to take time to serve those in his home state of Kentucky. For the last three years, Spann has been working with five Amish families who grow organic produce in the Fleming County …
Connected Nation’s staff not only works to bring opportunities to all people through #broadband but we also believe in supporting the work of other nonprofits in our communities. Pictured: Samantha Bailey and Dawn Clark as they delivered food and money collected by CN staff to the Salvation Army.
Connected Nation’s office located in Bowling Green, Kentucky participated in United Way’s ‘Feed the Need’ food drive. During this activity, employees are encouraged to collect non-perishable food items to be donated to local food banks. Learn more about United Way.
Connected Nation awarded a $500 scholarship to a Western Kentucky University (WKU) student with a declared major in Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
Connected Nation provided support to many organizations focusing on Hunger Relief. Employees, consultants, and partners are encouraged to raise funds and donate their time and talents to the Hunger Relief organization of his/her choice. Organizations receiving support include: Feeding America, Dare to Care, Family-to-Family, Harvest Hope Food Bank, Lexington Rescue Mission, Life Care Ministries, Meals from the Heartland, No Kid Hungry, and the Salvation Army.
Connected Nation supported Habitat for Humanity, donating time, materials, money and labor in towns across the United States.
Connect Ohio presented the children of the Boys & Girls Club of Clermont County with 10 computers donated on behalf of the Connect Appalachia Broadband Initiative Fund (CABI).