Cable Cable Donates $2000 to Boys and Girls Club After Winning National Awards
FENELON FALLS, ON: Cable Cable has donated $2000 to support programming at the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Kawartha Lakes after winning two national awards earlier this year.
Tuned-in Canada: The CCSA Awards, is a national competition which is hosted annually by the Canadian Communications Systems Alliance (CCSA) and highlights outstanding achievement by independent, local providers of internet, television, and telephone services across Canada. Cable Cable received recognition through two categories of the competition in 2018: Best photo: what does connecting Canada mean to your company? And Best people: celebrating your office hero. For each winning category, the company received $1000 to donate back into their community via a local charity of their choice.
“For us, the obvious recipient for our prize money was the Boys and Girls Club”, says Michael Fiorini, CEO of Cable Cable. “The Club offers so many critical services in our community and has a significant impact on quality of life for families, and especially children, in the Kawarthas. As always, we are happy to support their programs in any way that we can.”
Cable Cable has a long-standing relationship with the Boys and Girls Club, including promotion of their many programs and services, as well as support of the Club’s athletics and Leaders in Training programs.
“Michael Fiorini and the team at Cable Cable are champions of the Kawartha Lakes community and beyond,” says Scott Robertson, Executive Director of Boys and Girls Clubs of the Kawartha Lakes. “This donation will impact many families struggling financially by providing subsidized sports programs for their children. Cable Cable has been a long-time supporter of the services our Club provides to over 8,000 children and youth each year. We are very grateful for their commitment to local families.”
Cable Cable and fellow 2018 Tuned-in Canada Awards recipients will be celebrated during a special ceremony at the CCSA’s annual ‘Connect’ conference which is being held this September in St. Andrew’s by the Sea, New Brunswick.
Shown in photo (from left) Scott Robertson, Executive Director, Boys and Girls Clubs of the Kawartha Lakes; Heather McCullough, Resource Development Coordinator, Boys and Girls Clubs of the Kawartha Lakes; Jayme Hughes, Communications Manager, Cable Cable; and Michael Fiorini, CEO, Cable Cable.