Volunteers of Keeping Love in Communities (KLiC), a Uintah Basin non-profit organization who helps individuals who are fighting cancer, were given a great surprise on Friday evening during the Duchesne football playoff game. During halftime, STRATA Networks presented KLiC with more than $30,000 in donations to help individuals fighting cancer.
The V6 Media jumbotron was used to honor KLiC volunteers with a personalized video message of thanks and gratitude from members in the community who have benefitted from the KLiC program. Alisse Coil and Jenny Adams, volunteers of the KLiC organization, were at the game to receive the STRATA donation.
The donation was made possible through STRATA’s Charity Golf Classic, held each year to benefit a local Uintah Basin charitable organization. Since its inception, the Charity Golf Classic has raised more than $200,000 to support local charitable entities within the Uintah Basin. “We are grateful to the members of our community, that even through difficult times, are willing to support those in need,” stated Bruce Todd, CEO/General Manager at STRATA Networks.
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