Since 1998, Contact Telecom has been proudly serving the telecommunications industry by providing customized data processing solutions designed to help businesses gain the operational knowledge necessary to run their businesses more efficiently and realize their true profit potential.
At Contact Telecom, we not only take pride in the work we do and the esteemed customers we serve , but also in our local community. That is why we are proud to give back to the community, and support reputable, regional charitable organizations such as:
Daniel Webster Boy Scout Council
The Daniel Webster Boy Scout Council (DWBSC) is a non-profit scouting organization that serves to protect youth morale. With an emphasis on camping and other outdoor adventures, the group promotes physical fitness and an appreciation for nature.
DWBSC offers young men in New Hampshire the opportunity to establish friendships and forge long-lasting bonds. Due to its wide variety of programs, the Scouts are able to reach out to young men across the entire state.
Click here to Donate and support the Boy Scouts of America.
Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress
The Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress (MDSC), established in 1983, began as a non-profit organization made up of parents, professionals and anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of Down syndrome. Its roots trace back to a group of parents, in a living room in 1983, chatting about their children with Down syndrome and how they could connect and educate families, schools and communities. Twenty-five years later, with over 1,600 members, the MDSC has an energetic Board of Directors, a dynamic management team, and a vision to ensure that every person with Down syndrome has the opportunity to reach their full potential.
Click here to Donate to the Mass. Down Syndrome Congress
The Buddy Walk
The Buddy Walk is the MDSC’s largest public awareness and fundraising event to celebrate the Down syndrome community, promote acceptance and inclusion, and support programs and services the MDSC offers including Parents’ First Call, Advocates in Motion (AIM), Teacher Partnership Network, Educators Forum, Annual Conference, and Legislative Advocacy.
Click here to Donate to the National Down Syndrome Society