MULTIPLE VFW CHAPTERS RECEIVING $500 DONATION FROM VYVE BROADBAND
As Nation Celebrates 4th of July, Local Broadband, Cable and Voice Services Provider Showing Support for VFW Posts in Several Vyve Markets
In honor of Independence Day and in recognition of the many freedoms that U.S. veterans fought to protect, Vyve Broadband — which provides broadband, cable television and voice services for commercial and residential customers in largely non-urban communities in nine states — is showing its support with a $500 donation to Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) posts in Durant, Krebs and Shawnee (OK),
Ottawa and Atchison (KS), Tazwell (TN), Vinton (LA), Douglas and Waycross (GA), and New Boston (TX).
The $500 donated to each of these VFW posts will go toward fostering community among veterans and will help support VFW programs that reach out to and connect with local veterans. As an organization, the VFW advocates for veterans’ rights and provides a place for them to join together in a spirit of mutual support and patriotism.
“Independence Day celebrates the freedom, pride and liberty that we enjoy as Americans,” said Jeffrey DeMond, chief executive officer of Vyve Broadband. “We want to give back to the men and women who sacrificed their comfort and safety to protect those freedoms. This holiday week seemed like the perfect time to let local veterans and the VFW know how much Vyve appreciates all that they have done to keep our country strong and free. ”
As part of its company culture, Vyve Broadband strives to maintain close relationships with the communities it serves. Contributing to local causes, like the VFW, ensures that funds stay in the specific communities where assistance is often needed most.