Throughout 2014, each of Connectivity Point’s service vehicles carried the logo of 1 of 5 beneficiaries, which had been selected from employee recommendations. For every mile driven in 2014, Connectivity Point pledged to donate a penny to that organization. See how many miles we drove here.
“We are happy to make a donation of $1,000 to each of this year’s beneficiaries. These groups are doing great things for people in the places where our employees live and work,” said Doug Watt, president of Connectivity Point.
Connectivity Point is also wrapping up a second part of the Extra Mile campaign—Spot, Snap and Share. This campaign asked Facebook followers to spot Connectivity Point’s pink van, snap a photo and share it on Facebook. A final donation of $500 will be made to Maine Breast Cancer Coalition.
Connectivity Point is currently accepting applications for this year’s charitable campaign. Nonprofit groups interested in being considered as a beneficiary should visit connectivitypoint.com/extramile and download an application. The application deadline is February 13, 2015.