Youth organization in need of money? This could be the answer | KSNF/KODE


Funding Opportunity for Youth Organizations – up to $1,000 through US Cellular’s “Community Connections”

JOPLIN, Mo. — As Missouri communities welcome students back into classrooms, college and sports groups will also be looking for ways to raise funds.

One way to get these funds is through US Cellular’s Community Connections program, which allows K-12 youth organizations to earn money for equipment, travel, and resources entirely by online by doing simple digital activities.

Organizers can register their group HERE to start earning up to $1,000 in sponsorship support.

“We are excited to support local K-12 youth organizations with a simple, state-of-the-art platform, making it easy for them to earn funds. We hope that through initiatives such as Community Connections, we can support the goals our children and students have set for themselves and sponsor opportunities that positively affect their programs and personal growth,” said Joe Cabrera, Director of Sales for US Cellular in Missouri and Kansas.

Once registered, local K-12 nonprofit academic and sports groups can then rally friends, family and social networks to complete up to five digital activities within 14 days to earn dollars. of sponsorship.

Activities include watching a short video, visiting the US Cellular website and completing a short survey, and each completed activity directly earns money for the organization – up to $1,000.

The telecommunications company said its website facilitates the dissemination of information on social networks.

Since launching the Community Connections program in 2015, US Cellular has awarded $1.5 million to more than 3,200 K-12 groups nationwide.

US Cellular said they are proud to help local groups that focus on sports, academics, the arts, after-school programs, dance, bands, robotics and more.

For more information and to consult the official rules, you can consult them HERE.


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