Direct Communications donates $1000.00 to Pocatello/Chubbuck School District 25.
November 8, 2010 Leave a comment
On October 25, 2010, Direct Communications donated $1000.00 to School District 25. This was in conjunction with a June 25, 2010, Direct Communications fundraiser for local education. The goal was to show appreciation to the teachers in District 25. Costa Vida donated the food for the event, and several local businesses donated raffle items to raise money for the school district. Direct Communications introduced Amped Up Wireless in the area, and pledged to donate $100.00 for each new install of the product during the launch.
This story was covered by KPVI News 6, who aired a segment on the 6pm news about the donation. To see the video, visit:
With the combined efforts of all involved, we were able to raise $1000.00 to donate to School District 25. Anya Beauchat, Sales Office Manager of Direct Communications, said “We are proud to be donating to a school district, where not only some of the employee’s children attend, but also to a district where teachers and staff consistently go above and beyond.” She adds, “Through this donation, Direction Communications would like to both thank, and honor, School District 25 for providing our children with the skills and tools they will need to ensure the future growth of Pocatello.”
When contacted for comment, Shelley Allen the District’s Education Foundation Director said, “We are fortunate to live in a community that values education and partners with education. It was wonderful of Direct Communications to think of the Pocatello/Chubbuck School District’s students, for giving, when planning their celebration.” She added, “This donation benefits our kids, and is greatly appreciated.”
Direct Communications presented a check on October 25, 2010 at 9:00 a.m during the school district Cabinet Meeting at 3115 Pole Line Road, in Pocatello.