WILMINGTON — UScellular awarded funding to area nonprofits are part of a 4106,400 round of funding.
The Boys and Girls Club of the Coastal Plain and the Boys and Girls Club of Southeastern North Carolina each recieved $30,000.
The company also distributed $638,980 worth of hotspots across the state and YWCA Lower Cape Fear recieved 100 of those units, valued at $112,600.
“Whether we are building a new cell tower or donating a hot spot to help a student do their homework, we are investing in the future of North Carolina,” said Jeremy Taylor, director of retail sales and operations for UScellular in eastern North Carolina. “We are committed to being a part of the communities we serve and ensuring our customers can connect to what matters most.”
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